Langham Wine Estates launch Vineyard Picnics

Langham Wine Estates has definitely adapted in the face of adversity over the last few months! As lockdown restrictions began to ease, the team realised that they could make use of their outdoor space and launched, their latest venture: Vineyard Picnics. The Vineyard Picnics were initially launched in June, with the Langham Wine Estate’s café […]

Spread love not wildfire

Litter Free Dorset, the Urban Health Partnership and the Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service have announced a new campaign to help prevent wildfire. The BBQs Burn More than Bangers campaign aims to remind people that BBQs are illegal on heathland and the sobering fact that on average, Dorset is subject to over 100 […]

Ivy House Kitchen receive first of Clipper Tea’s caddies

Clipper Teas have announced the launch of their new tea caddies, which have been designed for cafes serving Clipper Tea to use around the county. The caddies are free of charge to all cafes that serve Clipper Tea and are designed to allow cafes to brew locally produced Clipper Teabags in an environmentally friendly way. […]

How to enjoy Veganuary in Dorset

Every year more and more of us are getting involved in Veganuary – the annual scheme to introduce people to a vegan diet and as such, more and more places are offering vegan friendly dishes throughout the month of January and Dorset is no different. Whether you’re choosing to take part in Veganuary for health […]

Dorset is officially the cleanest place to eat!

According to information gathered by the Food Standard Agency, Dorset is the cleanest place to eat out in the UK – so on top of having some of the best produce in the country, Dorset also has some of the best hygiene ratings! The research found that restaurants, hotels and takeaways with the DT postcode, […]

24 hours in Bournemouth

Holiday resort, shopping centre, student hub… Bournemouth is many things to many people and has plenty to offer whether you’re staying for a while or just passing through. Here are our suggestions of things to do if you find yourself in Bournemouth. The seafront Bournemouth has seven miles of sandy beaches, so naturally, we want […]

5 Great Autumn Walks (and places to stop for refreshments along the way)

Autumn is a great season for country walks, the leaves are changing, there is wonderful, autumnal smell in the air and there is something quite special about taking a walk in brisk weather and then settling down for a pub lunch or a quick coffee at one of the many eateries you can find on […]

Five of Dorset’s prettiest places

I think we’re all in agreement over how pretty Dorset is and it is hard to pick our favourite spots, but we thought we’d put together a few suggestions of the prettiest places in Dorset for you to visit. Golden CapAs it’s the highest point on Britain’s south coast, it’s no wonder that the views […]

Hello, Hari Hari

One of my favourite food quotes comes from Rick Stein in his TV series India. “When you are hungry deciding on what to eat and the thought of a curry comes into your head, that’s it, it just has to be a curry” So I apologise in advance, because you will be on the hunt […]

Delicious, Delicious Deli

St. Alban Street in Weymouth is a quintessential English seaside thoroughfare, but amongst the buckets & spades and objet d’art, there is an oasis of wonderful Dorset produce. Delicious is a delicatessen championing great Dorset food, sourced from local farms & producers. Delicious was created by Carl MacShilton and his brother-in-law Mark MacCormack both passionate [...]