• OFF THE BEATEN TRACK

    Posted on July 25th, 2018

      Why climb a hill?  Is it the challenge – the physical exercise or maybe just the uncompromising and simple fact that as you wander by, you have a need to climb it or you don’t? You can never underestimate the beauty, the solitude, and the unknown paths. The hills offer such a great antidote […]

  • Outdoor Cinema Rocks

    Posted on June 22nd, 2018

    Some things are most definitely better outdoors: swimming pools, barbecues, games of cricket and cinemas. Yes, we said cinema. It might seem a little strange, but our sunny.. okay maybe a little rainy isle has decided to make outdoor cinemas top of the summer to do list. Now whilst we might not do the American style drive-ins, […]

  • Bit of Duffle Love

    Posted on June 18th, 2018

      We know that you love your Duffle coat and there’s something almost exciting about getting your coat out again in the autumn, and you wouldn’t want to find it far too grubby to be wearable. So while the sun is still warm, now is a great time to treat your Duffle friend it to a professional […]

  • AUTHENTIC | BRITSH | QUALITY

    Posted on April 27th, 2018

    This year marks the 90th Birthday of the Oxford English Dictionary. English words have actually been collated for many years before, when on the 4th of April 1755 (some 173 years earlier) Samuel Johnson Jr, published, the first Dictionary of the English Language and is among the most influential dictionaries in the history of the English language. […]

  • RAINCOATS TO ROYALS, HERE COMES SPRING

    Posted on April 17th, 2018

    Winter’s over (yes really) the sun finally begins to shine; the flowers bloom and the wedding bells will chime. Let go of the old and make space for new ideas and new beginnings. (Yes, we could be talking about bit of spring cleaning…. but that’s far too dull) we’re thinking about everything that’s truly lovely […]

  • GET CARRIED AWAY

    Posted on April 13th, 2018

    Whilst we’re not exactly basking in spring sunshine, we’ve decided to warm ourselves up with our top 10 mini city breaks to catch the weekend sunshine. ROME Rome’s mild Mediterranean climate is a persuasive draw for visitors from the cool north, but the main draw will always be the pulsating energy of a place that […]

  • HARRIS TWEED IS BACK ON TOP

    Posted on March 15th, 2018

      Its jump season and Cheltenham is in full swing even if the going is a little heavy. No need to fuss, the wonderful Harris Tweed is just right and enjoying a well-deserved return to popularity. Lightweight and warm the Harris Tweed will keep you looking as cool as you like.   Tweed is still […]

  • UMBRELLA MARCH

    Posted on March 10th, 2018

    “In like a lion, out like a lamb” has always seemed a straightforward enough proverb: when March starts, it’s still winter, and by the end of the month in therory spring has begun. True, we certainly started the month with freezing winds and snow but can the weather be that predictable? Since March  has been […]

  • THERE’S A REASON THEY’RE CLASSIC

    Posted on March 8th, 2018

    According to the English Dictionary “classic” is – “an outstanding example of a particular style; something of lasting worth or with a timeless quality; of the first or highest quality, class, or rank, something that exemplifies its class”.   Classic can be an adjective used to describe something like a classic car such as a beautiful Aston Martin DB5 driven by our own true classic […]

  • NATIONAL SNOW DAY

    Posted on March 1st, 2018

    Today is “National Snow Day”. Hundreds of schools and businesses across the country are closed; towns and cities are blanketed in snow. Numerous flights have been suspended as Britain is very much gripped by this late winter blast. With weather forecasters predicting some further disruption over the next few days here’s a few simple ideas […]

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