Keep on running

Aug

6

2015

Keep on running

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In search of a new running event to sink her trainers into Charlotte Pearson heads to Brighton. Taking place in October the Great South Run is the biggest ten mile event in the UK and the most popular in Europe. But for some it is a little too big. For those that would prefer something a little more...

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Eating Danish

Jul

24

2015

Eating Danish

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Laura Cartledge discovers Nordic cuisine – both old and new – is making waves with a trip to North Jutland. It wasn’t long ago that I would just think ‘bacon’ and ‘pastries’ if someone mentioned Danish cuisine. However a four day tour along the coast of North Jutland opened my eyes...

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Spectacular and surprising

Jun

26

2015

Spectacular and surprising

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Laura Cartledge finds Christmas Cottage is a property for all seasons, eras and times. Pubs and great ideas are longstanding partners but very few of the latter see the light of day. The number which end up inspiring a house remodel must be even fewer, but that is what happened for John and Diana Abbott. “One...

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The Garden Chef

Jun

26

2015

The Garden Chef

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Laura Cartledge uncovers the roots, growth and bright future of The Garden Chef.  Becky Cook’s culinary career has ranged from working in a deli and creating a garden shed kitchen to running the catering for South of England Showground. Jeremy and Becky Cook All of which makes you think her business,...

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Royal standard

May

12

2015

Laura Cartledge believes making your bed wouldn’t be a chore if it involved linens from one Bognor Regis company.  When someone tells you their job includes ‘pillow testing’ it is hard not to be envious. However Heirlooms Ltd can’t be accused of napping on the job. The Bognor Regis fine linen...

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Tips for kid’s interiors

May

12

2015

Tips for kid’s interiors

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Brewers share the three top tips…  

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Steeped in history

Apr

27

2015

Steeped in history

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A challenging project to help protect spectacular stained glass windows is taking place in Hampshire, as Alex Jenkins discovers. Pictures courtesy of The National Trust As the sun shines through the stunning stained glass, the light dances across the walls and floor of The Vyne’s chapel. The 500 year...

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Changing perceptions

Apr

27

2015

Changing perceptions

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Laura Cartledge discovers the dance theatre which moves to its own beat. Think of boys and dance and ‘Billy Elliot’ is probably the name that springs to mind. However Hampshire has someone else helping the artform to take big strides. “For me it is just about opening eyes, challenging expectations...

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Family focus

Apr

27

2015

Family focus

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Laura Cartledge finds the advice to ‘never work with children or animals’ is beautifully ignored by one Eastbourne photographer. Kasia Mroz believes her interest in photography started when she was little. “My dad used to take pictures of me and my brother and sister,” she recalls, “he just...

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Hatching a plan

Mar

26

2015

Hatching a plan

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Laura Cartledge talks to New Forest’s SPUD about eggs and space. Eggs and space are usually a combination seen in 80s sci-fi films. However in the hands of creative collaborators SPUD neither are what you may expect. The Exbury Egg made headlines as a floating live-in artist studio which sat on the...

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