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In a brand new series, we’re celebrating the best food and drink in the region and the story of the people who make it. The first stop on our travels is a quaint little bakery nestled in the heart of the Peak District, famous for a centuries-old, top secret pudding recipe.
Powered by growing trends such as ‘slow living’ and ‘millennial minimalism’, sustainability is enjoying a resurgence in popularity. We spoke to Georgina Wilson-Powell, the creator and editor of pebble magazine, about her dedication to changing the way we see sustainability, and how social media is helping new ideas to thrive within the community.
The words ‘away day’ might conjure up images of go-karting with your boss and endless presentations. But if you ditch the corporate jargon and organised fun, away days can be a great way to add value to your business and get the very best out of your team.
Which sounds more tempting – lazing on the sofa in your pyjamas or dashing around with a to-do list the length of your arm? For most, it's a no-brainer.
Tom Hodgkinson, editor of The Idler, created a magazine dedicated to the wonderful art of being lazy. We grabbed Tom for a chat to find out why we should stop feeling guilty about being idle and embrace it instead.
We love independent businesses – and we have a particular soft spot for those who just so happen to make our favourite after work tipple.
To celebrate all things gin, we recently paid a visit to Neil and Greg at Nelson’s Gin.
After having a nosy around the Staffordshire gin distillery, we chatted to the duo to find out how Nelson’s was born, what their favourite flavour combinations are and what makes a fab gin.