Top 5 places to buy Caviar in the UK

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July 18th marks the day of the fishy prestige starter we know as Caviar! This expensive delicacy is sold in some of the worlds top restaurants – but you don’t have to go out  fine dining to try it – here are 5 of the places in the UK where you can order Caviar straight [Read more…]

National BBQ Week 2018

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Ah, the English BBQ. In the UK there’s probably only one rule when it comes to having a BBQ. Don’t plan it. The British weather is famously well-known for being absolutely and undeniably unpredictable. So, if you plan with your family and friends to have a BBQ on the upcoming bank holiday, there’s no guarantee that the [Read more…]

Our favourite Goth Icons

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World Goth Day is approaching us. It’s a day for the gothic subcultures to embrace and show who they really are from the inside, as usually a generic part of their social group shy away from the public eye and feel much more at ease amongst people interested in the same things, like music, clothing, [Read more…]

British Sandwich week is here (Sunday 20 to Saturday 26 May 2018) – a week-long celebration of the ultimate on the go food – The Sarnie! Sandwich, sarnie, baguette, cob, bap, buttie, or whatever you call it in your local area, the sandwich is possibly the most iconic British culinary invention ever. John Montagu (1718-1792), [Read more…]

Goth Events

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World Goth Day is approaching us. It’s a day for the gothic subcultures to embrace and show who they really are from the inside, as usually a generic part of their social group shy away from the public eye. Events all over the world will be hosted with one thing in common, the grungy, dark [Read more…]

Beer Festivals 2018

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Festival season is upon us. Unlike, say, music festivals, beer festivals are hardly mainstream. When you think of beer festivals, you may picture balding men with beer-bellies wearing shorts and socks with sandals swilling beer in some local community hall. However, today beer festivals and real ale are popular with people of all ages and [Read more…]

The Spark Festival

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The Spark Festival The Spark Festival was founded in 2003 and is the largest children’s art festival in England and Wales. It takes place annually in Leicester every May and brings the very best of theatre, music, dance, visual arts, and digital media to young people ages 0-13 years. The festival is run by a [Read more…]

This rustic American style bar and pub is home to 120+ craft beers all displayed on the first-floor bar. It’s located at 7 High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HF and officially opened on 22nd March.  The new bar has a chilled and relaxed atmosphere which can hold up to 300 people. Upstairs, there’s a whole separate area [Read more…]

Food Festivals 2018

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Food glorious food! A delicious snack or a scrumptious roast it doesn’t matter because we all love food. So, what better way to get excited about our food than to visit a glorious food festival. Now, food festivals take place across the world from Nigeria to Australia and the USA to the UK giving you a brilliant [Read more…]

Farmer Markets 2018

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A visit to a Farmer Market is a delight as you know that you are browsing foodstuffs that can go from field to fork without ‘conglomerate’ food processes, packaging or transport interference. What you see is what you get and the produce could easily have been in the ground that very morning. Farmers markets have been [Read more…]