From July, 2017

The Aga Saga

Despite hailing from Sweden, the Aga has become as much a symbol of rural England as thatched cottages and cream teas. We’re delighted that the company added wood-burning stoves to its repertoire several years ago too. So we decided to look back at its many decades of success. Swedish chemist, Gustaf Dalen, lost his sight…

Our Favourite Places to Camp

To us, camping isn’t camping unless you’re able to sit around a fire at night idly dreaming of not very much at all. But nowadays, not every camp site in the UK will allow you to build a fire. So, we’ve taken a look at ten of our favourite places to camp (and some even…

Summer in the woods

We’ve been talking to our resident woodsman, Will Jackson, about what’s happening in the woods now summer is here, as well as finding out what to look out for on your forest forays.     What work needs doing in the woods in summer? At the moment we’re pruning the lower branches of trees. This…

BBQs, Bits & Pieces

  It’s all in the detail, so they say. That’s why we’ve decided to take a look at what’s on offer out there in the way of BBQs and accessories that offer a little bit more. From our own delightfully-vintage looking Faltovn, to cutlery designed in the 60s that still looks contemporary today, we’ve reviewed…