With a spring in our step and new ventures on the horizon, the Made team are prepping for a busy and exciting year ahead, along with the usual juicy happenings in and around north Notts. Featuring Clumber Park's inaugural writing competition, Joe Schneider, the man behind Stichelton cheese, the first peek at a new range of recipes created by The Harley Cafe chef, Ricky Stephenson in collaboration with Welbeck Abbey Brewery. Our resident food demonstrator and home economist Teresa Bovey, Mansfield artist Kirsty Owen and our usual writers including Sally Outram. We’ve also a packed events’ section with plenty of information on things going on where you live.
Welcome to the May/June issue of Made, we hope that this issue finds you healthy and safe. It is an unusual and unsettling time for all, especially the last few months. Lives and businesses have been disrupted as we find ourselves in new and challenging situations unlike anything we have faced before. But, there have been some truly inspiring moments too and we're sure that so many of you have been involved in them. The way that businesses have adapted to add to the food supply chain, the wonderful work that individuals are volunteering to do to keep others less fortunate safe and healthy and also the businesses that have helped to supply the NHS PPE by changing their business in an effort to keep our front line workers safe. In this issue we have some great recipes to try from Teresa Bovey and a feature from our new contributing writer Gemma Kennison-King about Bennerley Viaduct. Sarah Murch has given some useful gardening advice and activities to inspire and plenty more to peruse.
Inside this issue - The first ever Made North Notts Food and Drink Awards. The night was an amazing success, and we’d like to congratulate all the winners and thank everyone who supported the event – we’re already looking toward our 2020 awards night! A full list of winners can be seen inside this edition! The countdown to Christmas already begun, so this, our November/December edition is packed with cosy winter wonder, festive fun and plenty of things to do and see across the region. North Notts really does pull out all the stops at Christmas, and there are lots of places offering fantastic events in the run up to the big day. Meanwhile our feature articles in this edition include a look at unearthing some of the area’s hidden treasures, including a focus on a very special knight and his horse. We also visit Stuart Ducker at Black Duck Forge and Teresa Bovey's festive recipes are perfect for your Christmas.
If it’s going on in North Notts we’ve got it covered, with our comprehensive events’ guide. In this edition we have over 90 pages devoted to letting you know what’s happening where you live. A historic charity in Retford that has been providing accommodation to people for more than 350 years, Trinity Hospital. The inaugural North Notts Food & Drink Awards. We showcase all the winners and plenty of photos in our coverage of the big night itself. For our artist in this edition we focus on photographer, Nicola Davison-Reed. Our regular contributors have been busy putting together their articles for our new year edition and as always have plenty for you to think about, get involved in and try for yourself. We’ve got inspiration to get you cooking, advice on business, the best walks, a look towards Mayflower 400 and practical tips on making your outdoor space look beautiful.
Summer loving, having a blast? It’s that time of year again to make the most of those long days and the wealth of events and attractions on offer at every turn. Made has collated some of the most intriguing and exciting destinations throughout North Notts, and it’s all going to happen so fast. There's news, art, culture, events, food & drink, fashion, leisure and more.
North Notts lifestyle magazine covering Bassetlaw (Retford and Worksop), Mansfield, Newark, Sherwood, Southwell, Bawtry and all the places around and in between. Featuring news, events, business, health, beauty, fashion, travel, leisure, motoring, arts & culture and food & drink. Welcome to the latest edition of Made, and it’s a special one for the team here too. We mark the 2nd anniversary of the publication and also, as we celebrate our first food and drinks awards for the region, we have the pleasure in publishing the finalists.
Welcome to the July/August issue, 2019. In this issue we have a quick look at the Open Studios Notts, a few of the festivals in the region, interiors from Kelly Roden from Meliora in Bawtry and Teresa Bovey has some tasty tapas recipes. The latest health and beauty is included, and among the regulars is a new travel feature from the Travel Diamond. A huge announcement for this issue is our inaugural Food & Drink awards. It will be an amazing few months, culminating in a prestigious awards ceremony with 18 categories up for grabs along with that long deserved recognition of being the best of the best in the region. All the details you need and information on how to sign up can be found at fad.madeinn.co.uk We hope you enjoy this issue, it’s always great to meet everyone in the area and find out about all the great things that make North Notts the fabulous place it is.
We have our wonderful guest writers providing their usual insights across the lifestyle categories as we introduce our newest writer and marketing expert Ronnie Harris, co-writing with our very own marketeer and editor in chief Jon Rogers, to bring a little advice to the business and retail community. Find inside... Sarah Louise’s home made face masks and wrap up warm before heading out on your latest walk with Sally. Take a stroll around your local retailers and keep an eye out for anyone taking Jon and Ronnie’s business advice before finally heading home to cook up that spicy meal of Teresa’s to warm you through. Hopefully, with your room already laid out to the wise words of Georgie’s interior décor tips, you’ll be all set for that comfortable relaxing evening. Our main features in this issue; weddings and romance, a stargazers' guide to the sky at night, a little culture through the art of cheese making and take a close look at all that glitters with high-end jewellery making… to name but a few.
In this issue, the Christmas edition, we aim to inspire your seasonal appetite with our range of festive foods, tipples, shopping and experiences. We take a look at some unique shopping opportunities provided by the beautifully quaint towns of Bawtry and Southwell that top and tail our region. Both are great destinations for that ‘little something different’ whilst keeping it local too. And why not explore what our region has to offer on your travels with all the seasonal wonders of what lies between. There’s a touch of magic in the air, so why not delve into the What’s On section to discover the events that tickle your fancy. Light switch ons and experiences with Santa are just some of the festivities to look forward to as we head towards winter. Don’t forget to visit www.innorthnotts.co.uk for even more. Here’s wishing you all a wonderful end to the year. The team at Made really do hope you enjoy this final edition of 2018 as we look forward to 2019, the last year of the teenies.
The 6th edition of Made, marking our first full year, and it’s been a busy one. Our passion and dedication to North Notts has been echoed by our contributors and supporters who’ve helped us so far, so we send out a huge thank you to all.
In this issue we have our fantastic regular features, beautiful berry recipes from Teresa Bovey, Sally Outram takes us on a walk starting off in the picturesque conservation village of Laxton and Sarah Louise has a few beauty essentials to get us summer ready, just to mention a few.
All the best in lifestyle and events for the North Notts region and beyond. We have a jam-packed May/June edition that covers a myriad of fantastic people in our area. There’s Wayne Caddy the renowned baker who teaches at the School of Artisan Food. We visit Julian Bray, an artist based in Mansfield, and we speed around to Jake Taylor and his lifelong obsession with the wheel. We also have a real treat with some lovely and light recipes from food demonstrator and home economist, Teresa Bovey. As the summer approaches we’ve tried to fit in a few of the festivals in the area, there’s a lot going on, so let’s get out and enjoy our region. We’ll see you out there!
We delve into the most minute detail of our local photomicrographer Spike Walker and his amazing world through the microscope. Travel writer and photographer Sally Outram has a walk that takes a path through Newark, perfect for a fresh spring day, and when you have worked up an appetite, Teresa Bovey has a wonderful lamb dish and chocolate mousse to inspire the chefs at home. Finally, to keep everyone feeling and looking their best, our resident beauty writer Sarah Louise makes colour play for the new season much less daunting, with advice and tips on makeup and products.
In this issue we would like to introduce you to home economist and food demonstrator, Teresa Bovey. We have picked some winter warmers in our fashion section and our beauty columnist, Sarah Louise, has a few tips on keeping everything just as it should be in the winter months ahead. Richard Hartley spares us some time to tell us about his classical guitar making, Ye Olde Bell’s head chef makes a stunning dish for us and The National Trust welcomes us into Mr Straw’s House.
In this edition we delve into the world of author Stephen Booth to find out more about his latest novel Dead In The Dark and the secrets to writing crime fiction. We meet ceramicist Linda Southwell, who's work has featured on BBC's The Great Pottery Throw Down, talking about her latest designs. We chat (and definitely taste-test) chocolate with Bob, Jenny and Meghan, the family behind the delightfully delicious offerings at The Chocolate Kitchen.