Life moves at such a pace that sometimes you just need to get off the wheel and take some time out to relax, and that’s exactly what we did at Brooks Country House near Ross-on-Wye.
Monday, 20 March 2017
Monday, 13 March 2017
Danielle Ellis has recently moved to Gloucestershire from Edinburgh and she isn’t wasting any time in getting to know the local area. She’s set up a blog called Severn Bites which documents the places she’s eaten at, travelled to and recipes she has cooked up, including a rather special post on her award winning sloe gin which you can read here.
Monday, 6 March 2017
Later this month, Fillet & Bone opens up in Chipping Campden (subject to all the work being completed on time). So a few weeks back, I went out to visit the people behind the business, had a nosy around and found out about the exciting plans they have.
Monday, 27 February 2017
The Bottle of Sauce has certainly earned itself a good name during its short time here in Cheltenham. Well known for its burgers, pizzas, wings and fries which you can read about here, they are now super keen to get word out about their brunch game too; so, we willingly went along to their bloggers' brunch to eat (and snap) away.
Monday, 20 February 2017
Since The Tavern re-opened towards the end of last year, they’ve been serving up mighty fine burgers, fries, salads and amazing side dishes. But now that the chefs have that well and truly under their belt, they felt it was time to introduce a whole new menu, not to replace the burgers, but to sit alongside them for those fancying something a little more experimental. Now, I know The Tavern are keen to keep this new menu a secret between foodies - keep it exclusive and all that - but well, I’ve never been any good at keeping secrets.
Monday, 13 February 2017
The National Star College reaches the grand age of fifty this year, and boy have they got a lot to celebrate! Since 1967, they have provided amazing opportunities for young people with disabilities to realise their potential.
Monday, 30 January 2017
Pink Vintage is on my route into town, so I’ve passed by uncountable times. The window is full of edgy vintage items – apart from in March when they have a (winning) Gold Cup display.