Inspiration: Light and Bright Kitchens

In need of some inspiration to revamp the heart of your home? Take a look at a few of our favourite light, bright kitchens. California Styling The Doughnut is a 120 layer print by Los Angeles painter Kenny Scharf, sprinkled...

Simple Autumn Soup Recipes

Look no further for some healthy and hearty soup recipes to pep up your autumn kitchen repertoire. It's easy to keep falling back on all your old favourites but if you fancy a change we've got just the thing. These...

Mix it Up

Susan Elkin explains how new staff can keep teaching fresh in schools Seasons of mists, mellow fruitfulness and new teachers. Almost every school in the country starts the school year with some new staff this month. That means new faces...

Support Network

Teacher Georgina Watford discusses common behavioural issues in the classroom and what can be done to improve them. How do you develop your own set of rules for the classroom?  Every teacher is different and despite us all following the school...

The wonderful world of WACI

Toby Payne-Cook, Head of Science at Marlborough House School, discusses the Weald Award for Creativity and Innovation Jobs that exist today may not exist tomorrow and as paths to careers become less linear and the workplace demands increasingly broader skillsets,...

St Benedicts Victorian B&B

Over time, Paul Oxborrow and Stephen Groves have succeeded in buying each floor of a grand nineteenth century St. Leonards house. Staying true to the period of its construction, Paul and Stephen have completely refurbished its four floors and now run several rooms...

Artists’ Model Home

Sue and Dave Donkin’s converted farm building, tucked away down an idyllic Kentish country lane, offers the perfect space for the couple to pursue their artistic interests. You know you’ll be in for an interesting visit when the front garden of...

Layer Up

Cosy casual menswear to take you through from autumn to winter

Red velvet beetroot cake

Grease 3 sandwich tins for the 3 tier cake, or 2 (with more mixture in) for a two tier cake and pre-heat the oven to gas 4 (180°C). Cream together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, then gradually...

Chicken casserole with apples and leeks

Gently fry the leeks in butter and then lay in a shallow casserole dish with the apple wedges. Brown the chicken in the same pan (add a little more oil or butter if needed) and once the chicken is browned...

Coconut, carrot and coriander soup

Lightly fry the onion in butter until soft, then put in a pan with the carrots, add the stock, bring to a boil and simmer until the carrots are cooked. Chop up the coriander (save a little for garnishing) and...

The Fairest of Them All

Beat the queues and buy your tickets now for the show everyone's talking about. We have a fantastic collection of exhibitors this year, the pick of the Christmas gift crop. Come and enjoy a day browsing, shopping and relaxing in...