April 23 celebrates the amazing life and works of William Shakespeare. However, few know about the roots of this iconic literary figure.
The story of one of the world’s most influential writers begins not in Stratford upon-Avon, but the far side of the thick belt of ancient forest that once covered much of the landscape to the north.
With Easter bank holiday upon us and more sunny weather to come, there’s no better time to get out to our gardens.
However, some of us may need a little something extra to sit back, relax and read. Whether that’s a book for avid birdwatchers or a how-to guide on making the most of gardens and plots. Check out this…
Let’s Grow & Cook: A new special edition from Kitchen Garden
Kitchen Garden editor Steve Ott and food writer Anna Pettigrew have teamed up to launch this special edition volume, Let’s Grow & Cook. The 132-page publication presents detailed advice for growing more than 50 crops, from the most used ingredients through to those now gaining popularity such as cucamelons…
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