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Picnic in a glass

Getting out, finding a shady spot, layering a blanket with homemade treats and chilled wine, and sitting back to enjoy it with friends and family is what summers are made for. Choosing the wines to match the mood, the food and the crowd at a picnic is not always easy.  Keeping it light, [...]

Picnic in a glass2024-07-16T14:52:12+01:00

Little Green book presents Emma Burns-Di Lauro Art

With a passion for everything floral, Emma Burns-Di Lauro specialises in beautiful acrylic botanical paintings and candles. With a love for flowers and nature, Emma beautifully depicts the unique features of every flower, from hydrangeas to pansy’s, creating artwork to add that little bit of colourful magic to your home throughout the year. [...]

Little Green book presents Emma Burns-Di Lauro Art2024-07-16T13:22:36+01:00

Our Summer Events Edit

  Our favourite time of the year is always filled with sunshine-inspired events and outings with friends and family. From musical picnics and operas to wine gatherings and days out at the circus, here are a few ideas for your summer diary. PS: most events are ticketed or need to be booked in advance. [...]

Our Summer Events Edit2024-07-16T13:43:42+01:00

Little Green Book presents: Farlam Hall Hotel & Restaurant in Cumbria

There’s something rather special about northern Cumbria, it’s wild, wonderous and so welcoming. Being remote it can feel rather isolated, yet that’s also its charm. This is North West England at its most enchanting, its lakes and hills holding stories of mystery and magic, its people more relaxed, more warm – here, life just [...]

Little Green Book presents: Farlam Hall Hotel & Restaurant in Cumbria2024-06-06T10:36:26+01:00

Discover Abergavenny – the famous food capital of Wales

Words by Bronwen Batey As you travel from England into Wales, you can feel the pulse of history, the stirring sound of song and mythical legends of dragons echoing through the valleys. Wales feels familiar and different - the double language signs, hills dotted with sheep and horses, many with a turret or two. [...]

Discover Abergavenny – the famous food capital of Wales2024-06-04T10:30:26+01:00

Where to stay in the Cotswolds: The Slaughters Manor House

  With rolling hills dotted with champagne-coloured stone houses and bubbling creeks, the Cotswolds and its chocolate box villages have inspired our greatest creative spirits from Laurie Lee, Jane Austen, Beatrix Potter and T S Eliot with its ethereal beauty. At the heart of it all, The Slaughters Manor House is a unique [...]

Where to stay in the Cotswolds: The Slaughters Manor House2024-07-16T13:23:21+01:00

The future looks Chardonnay

Chardonnay is grown, produced and consumed right across the world, and with its popularity it has had its critics - ‘ABC’ (Anything But Chardonnay) has been uttered on more than one occasion by drinkers exhausted by the sheer quantity and varying quality available. In the UK, viticulture is the fastest growing agricultural sector, [...]

The future looks Chardonnay2024-07-16T13:23:46+01:00

Embrace 100 Acres of countryside with Ellea Whamond

“As our name suggests, our products bottle ‘a hundred acres’ of heavenly English countryside – the sort of abundant gardens, rambling meadows, and romantic ancient orchards that England is famous for.” Ellea Whamond, co-founder, 100 Acres   Dreaming of spending time in your own hundred acres of beautiful British countryside? Well, the botanical [...]

Embrace 100 Acres of countryside with Ellea Whamond2024-06-18T09:01:40+01:00