27 Nov 2014

Yves Delorme

For over five generations Yves Delorme has drawn its strength and skill from the loom and know-how from the workshops of the family business. The creative richness of its artistic director, Evelyne

29 May 2014


Growing your own in-season food is something that the National Trust has been mad about for quite some time. After all, what could be more satisfying than watching your dinner grow in

15 May 2014

The Kent Garden Show: 24-26th May 2014

Held at Kent Showground, Detling, The Kent Garden Show will feature over 300 exhibitors, with a wide variety of goods on display and for sale. This will of course include floral marquees, with

13 May 2014

Thornham Friars Open Garden and Plant Sale

Enjoy a two day open garden event and plant sale in the grounds of Thornham Friars Join NSPCC on 7th June, and explore the beautiful parks and gardens of Thornham’s historic country home, with stunning

08 May 2014

Soya and Sevenoaks: The vegetable you didn’t know you loved

By Sarah Redman The soya bean has been growing in popularity for a while now. Originating in Southeast Asia, it was domesticated by Chinese farmers and has since been used in recipes

06 May 2014

AGA SPRING OFFERS at Heat Design, Canterbury – 2nd–31st May

Buy a 4-Oven/5-Oven AGA and receive a FREE dual zone under counter wine stove PLUS a £500 wine voucher! OR Receive a £1,400 cash discount!   Purchase a 2-Oven AGA and save

24 Mar 2014

For the Birds

Have questions about what, how and when to feed the wild birds in your garden? Follow RSPB’s guide to what food you should leave out, and how you can keep your feeding

25 Feb 2014

Your Garden This Month: Here Comes Spring!

Spring usually arrives by mid-March and the frequent sunny days provide the opportunity for an increasing range of gardening tasks. It’s time to get busy preparing seed beds, sowing seed, cutting back

29 Jan 2014

Inspiring Dream Homes at Build It Live!

Whether building a home from scratch or updating an existing home, the Build It Live! show at Glow Bluewater on 22nd and 23rd February 2014 is the perfect place to get some practical tips, expert advice and plenty of inspiration

30 Jun 2013

Vintage Tea

Delicate floral china, scrumptious home-baked goodies, pots of hot tea, lumps of sugar and finger sandwiches – these are all ingredients that make up the traditional English afternoon tea. It is thought

01 Jan 2013

Windowsill Herbs in the Winter Months

With winter lingering, the days are short and wet and gardening is definitely out of the question for the next few months, right? Wrong! Your outdoor garden might be out-of-bounds until summer,

27 Nov 2012

Stay Warm this Winter with HeatDesign

2012 saw the wettest summer for 100 years with a mini heat wave in September, but whatever the skies throw at us next, a trip to Heat Design is sure to help