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  • Brooklands

    I live quite close to Booklands and have driven at a Mercedes World track event, but I’m sorry to say I had never visited this iconic track, It’s a gem. Cross the…

  • France “May 1968”

    I first came across these posters at the Salone de Mobile on the kitchen stand of Alpes Inox, great kitchens but even better posters. I took a picture and managed to trace…

  • Rambert School

    Our good friends Mark and Laurence first invited us to this great event, The Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance, Student Choreographic Showcase. The Rambert has an international reputation and they…

  • Warli art

    I was recently at the Museum of Childhood (V&A) in East London and discovered Warli folk art for the first time. I grew up in Australia and love Aboriginal art and the…

  • The Historic Dockyard – Chatham

    The Historic Dockyard – Chatham   England is a treasure trove of history which I thought I knew fairly well, but for some reason The Dockyards at Chatham had not been on…

  • Designers Guild

    Designers Guild is one of those brands that just quietly goes about its business in a very understated way. Whilst fashions come and go, colours are in or out, Tricia Guild just…

  • Bletchley Park

      Milton Keynes may not be the most exciting city but if you are passing through it’s defintely worth visiting Bletchley Park. The hugely succesful film, The Imitation Game, has  put Bletchley…

  • Sidra

    Well it was a new one on me when we ventured to the verdant Spanish region of Asturias. On our first evening in llanus (pronounced) Janus, we were scouting for somewhere to…