Held in Nottinghamshire, The Festival of Food & Drink is the biggest event of its kind in the region, attracting some of the UK’s best exhibitors offering mouth-watering fayre. This year, Clumber Park is definitely the place to be for anyone with a passion for fantastic food and drink.
A new, regular ‘Makers Market’ is being launched at Peak Village (formerly Peak Shopping Village) in Rowsley to bring together high-quality artisans, crafters, makers and bakers as well as street food and live acoustic music from Derbyshire and beyond.
Crags Radio opened its doors to the public at the end of July this year at their first ever Open Day. The team would like to thank everyone who came to support them and the amazing local businesses that showcased their products, including The Key Ladies, 3Cs Networking, Wags at Crags, Muddy Fork and Niche Landscapes.
Newark Town Council and Newark and Sherwood District Council have partnered with the nationally renowned Teenage Market Company to bring the market to Newark on Sunday 19 September 2021 at The Wharf car park in Newark between 10am and 4pm.
What you first realise when you speak with Paul is his authenticity as an outdoor enthusiast. He simply loves what he does and embraces every chance he can to delve into a new adventure. This is not an athlete who has been training for years and living by every mountaineering rulebook, but someone who discovered a passion for exploring with his backpack later in life and has since taken small steps to impressive new heights. Fast forward a few years and he is now a bona fide adventure video creator with a legion of fans on his YouTube channel and an incessant desire to inspire and motivate ...
With space at a premium in many urban and suburban schools, a daily car ride into the beautiful countryside that our region has to offer may be an attractive prospect but may mean travelling further afield than you initially thought practical.
The National Trust coordinates and publicises Heritage Open Days throughout the country, and Retford Civic Society, in partnership with Bassetlaw Museum, are putting together the event in Retford this year once more. Each of the following venues has something new for 2021 and some of them are doing tours. The national theme is ‘Edible England’ and this has provided inspiration in some of the venues.
Smoked Salmon Pâté
Hoopla Chardonnay, Napa Valley, California. £19.99
This fresh and juicy wine has some luscious fruit characters due to its long steel, unoaked fermentation. This wine delivers some exceptionally juicy, ripe flavours of pineapple, ripe pear and apple and there is a noticeable warmth and creaminess! A wine such as this Californian gem is always a pleasure and it is certainly a great choice to enjoy alongside a salmon pâté complimenting the creaminess and flavours perfectly.