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Food & Drink

Food & Drink

EIGHT DRINKS TO CELEBRATE NEW YEAR WITH

Way back in 1980, Irish – born singer Johnny Logan once begged the question “What’s Another Year?” in front of an enthralled Eurovision audience at The Hague. I’m sure you remember it well! Whether you celebrate or despair the arrival of …

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THE CHURCHILL ARMS IN PAXFORD

On a crisp November evening I ventured across the Cotswolds, best friend and baby in tow, to the gorgeous village of Paxford.  We were off to The Churchill Arms, a pub which dates back to the 17th century.  Stepping inside you’d …

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WE FOUND THE FIND

When is a coffee house not a coffee house? Cheltenham’s newest meeting place has opened its doors on Regent Street and promises to offer patrons something a little bit more than the standard coffee chain experience. The Find provides a beautifully …

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A FESTIVE TREAT FOR TEA LOVERS

If you are a lover of tea, but have never experience tea-infused trifle, then T2tea and Cotswold Allure Magazine has a little festive inspiration for you… Time to make: Roughly 60 minutes. Ingredients For Jelly Layer: 20 Teaspoons Strawberries & Cream …

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CHELTENHAM LITERATURE FESTIVAL 2017

October saw thousands of literature lovers of all ages flood to Cheltenham for the UK’s oldest literature festival. Around 1000 speakers from a diverse programme covering everything from poetry to current affairs took part in over 500 events over 10 days …

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MR HANBURY’S MASON ARMS

Driving down a quiet country lane off the A40 one dark and rainy October evening I arrived in the unassuming village of South Leigh.  The warm lights of Mr Hanbury’s Mason Arms glowed through the windows as I pulled into the …

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AUTUMN WHITE WINE

Out of all the seasons Mother Nature has to offer us there’s nothing quite like Autumn. From the sight of the leaves turning gold to the nip in the air and even that bracing stroll in the countryside kicking up the …

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