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FINISH & FEAST – INDUSTRY-LEADING FINE DINING AT HOME SERVICE – WELCOMES ITS FIRST MICHELIN STARRED RESTAURANT TO THE ROSTER

The luxury dining service welcomes its first Michelin-starred restaurant, Muse by Tom Aikens, to its impressive roster of at-home restaurant boxes.

Half of people would travel further and pay more for a less polluted holiday

Last week, Milan became the first nation to ban smoking within 30ft distance of other people at bus and tram stops, as well as in parks and green spaces, sporting venues, children’s play areas and even cemeteries.

From Crop to Cup: Where Does My Fairtrade Coffee Come From?

Coffee is one of the oldest and most loved commodities across the globe, so much so that two billion cups are drank every single day. So much for a nation of coffee drinkers — it seems we’ve put the jar of teabags to the side for now.

Has Lockdown Made the UK Fall Back in Love with Tradition?

Lockdown has forced people to hit the reset button in more ways than one. Everything from family meals, holidays, trips to the high street, and outings to the cinema have been impacted by the pandemic.

Reasons to keep faith in the UK hotels sector – Co-founder of new group AGO Hotels looks to the future

Despite the extreme pressure in the market currently, the co-founder of new hotels group AGO Hotels is optimistic about a bounce-back in the UK.

Improving Floor Safety During Winter

Wet and dirty floors can be a common occurrence during autumn and winter when bad weather means building occupiers and visitors bring more water and soiling inside on their shoes.

Dowsing & Reynolds –  Home Décor Trends for 2021 and Beyond

Chances are, you spent more time in your home in 2020 than in any other year. The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns saw us quarantined in our houses at the weekend, only able to leave the house once a day.

Celebrity Blue Zoning — How Have These Locations Changes These Celebrities’ Lives?

Imagine living in one of the few areas of the world in which the community is famed for its health and longevity. There are five such places known around the globe, and we refer to them as “blue zones”. In blue zones, people live long and healthy lives.

2020 has Catapulted Hospitality Closer to the Digital World

It’s Lolly’s mission is to take state of the art technology and make it accessible and productive for the hospitality space.

NO MORE SLEEPING RUFF! £1,200 DOG KENNEL

HAS DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOW, REMOTE CONTROL LIGHTING, AUTOMATIC DOOR AND HEATED FLOOR 

Washing Wise: What Your Laundry Labels Mean

We’ve all made laundry mistakes at one point in our lives, often unintentionally sacrificing our favourite clothes. Whether it’s a red sock with the white towels, or your favourite jumper in a wash that is too hot leaving it ten times smaller, we’ve all fallen victim to not reading the care label and ensuring that we are cleaning our clothes correctly.

How Rural Living Can Help the UK’s Food Security Problem

Food security, put simply, is the state of having reliable access to enough affordable, nutritious food. While the UK benefits from a successful agricultural industry, many domestic and international factors affect food production and prices for consumers. This became evident during the world food price spike of 2008.

How Much Would a Fully Subscribed Life Would Cost?

We are consistently seeking ways to make our day-to-day routine easier. Whether it’s the introduction of Alexa to our lives to inform of us the weather or the use of contactless payments that means never having to carry cash, the little things that make things smoother are all for the better.