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How I live now: The Auspicious Bay Tree

Every garden I've ever loved has had a bay tree growing in it.  Mum planted several, Granny too, and we have left them in London, Norfolk and Oxfo...

Horatio's Garden: Grow to Give Campaign

Grow to Give for the Horatio's Garden Many people are feeling the strain of social distancing, but imagine the impact that the current restriction...

How I live now: Small Pleasures

When the lockdown was announced, like everyone else I felt a wave of big emotions: in my case shock, swiftly pursued by panic which I felt honour ...

GoodToKnow's Lemon curd pavlova recipe

Ingredients 10 free range egg whites 350g caster sugar 1tbsp vanilla extract 1tbsp cornflour 1tbsp white wine vinegar To Serve: 600m...

Chicken Pie

How I live now: What's for Supper Tonight?

It's a shock to me to realise how much my domestic standards had slipped, and it took this lock- in to bring it home to me that since the children...

#EBColourMeIn

We’ve turned some of our tea towels into the pages of a colouring book.Have a go yourself and turn them into your own. Scroll down and click on the...

How I live now: Lots of bunches - not a lot of flowers

There are a number of new effects resulting from spending this extended time in one place: I'm really enjoying some of them. For example I have di...

How I live now: Bake Bread

Ok, hands up, who has been baking since the lockdown started? Personally, I haven't been totally consistent on this, we have some incredibly good b...

‘How I live now’, a message to you from Emma Bridgewater

I’m on the coast in North Norfolk, with my daughter Margaret, because in these strange days of uncertainty, the steadfast qualities of familiar pla...

Marie Curie visit the Emma Bridgewater factory

March is the month of the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal. That’s why we welcomed some amazing Marie Curie nurses to our Emma Bridgewater factor...
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