Provencal Barbecue Lamb

Why not ditch the kitchen oven and slow roast a leg of lamb in your kettle or kamado barbecue.  Using a “rub” of ingredients from the Provence region such as lavender flowers and rosemary, I personally think this is the ultimate lamb roast. 

Events at Nevill Holt Opera Theatre, Nov-Dec

Join us for a winter weekend of music at Nevill Holt Opera, including our candlelit Handel's Messiah and the first Come & Sing in our new theatre.   Friday 30th November - Come & Sing  

Booking Now Open at Nevill Holt Opera Theatre

BOOKING IS NOW OPEN for the first concerts in the new Nevill Holt Opera Theatre.The concerts will be part of a special weekend of music making, takingplace on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December.On Saturday 1st December, we present sixteen NHO Young Artistsperforming Handel's Messiah, under the bat

Let’s Go Nuts

Packed with protein, fibre and essential fats, nuts are one of this season's best buys. A golf ball-sized portion (about 30g) of unsalted nuts makes a vitality-boosting snack and, unlike most other options, contributes a mix of valuable vitamins and minerals.

RHS Chelsea Champion Chris Beardshaw Announced As First National ‘Bee Resistant’ Ambassador Raising Awareness Of Potentially Fatal Bee And Wasp Sting Anaphylaxis

The star of this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show and now arguably the country’s most eminent garden designer, Chris Beardshaw has taken on a new role as the inaugural ambassador for ‘Bee Resistant 2018’; a national campaign that runs annually to highlight the dangers of anaphylaxis caused by bee and

An Introduction to Wine Investment

Luxury investments (such as art, jewellery, classic cars and fine wine) have become a popular alternative for investors over the last twenty years.

Bespoke and Personal is the Best Approach for Community Support

Increasing numbers of older people have been asking Age UK Leicester Shire & Rutland to take them out rather than provide support within the home - so much so the charity has decided to launch a Personal Assistant Service. 

Fox and Goose

A Leicestershire gem nestled in the small village of Illston on the Hill just off the B6047 north of Market Harborough and south of Billesdon. The pub dates way back when and research has ascertained the Landlords date back to the late 1800’s. 

Dedication Is Rewarded At Lime Tree Retirement Village

Receptionist Debbie Murch, is the latest recipient of the monthly Retirement Village Star Award. The award is given to members of staff who demonstrate excellent working practices and make an outstanding contribution to the wellbeing of residents at the village. 

Nadiya Hussain, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry are the star TV chefs lined up to share their culinary expertise at this year’s Chatsworth Country Fair (31 August-2 September).

Along with an exciting mix of young and established chefs from Derbyshire, Sheffield and Yorkshire showcasing their expertise across the three days, the trio will be a huge draw for the thousands of visitors who flock each year to what is one of England’s most spectacular annual outdoor events.  

Civil Ceremony License Granted At Sketchley Hotel

A hotel in Hinckley has been given approval to hold civil ceremonies in a new room that can hold up to 80 people. The addition of this latest space means the Sketchley Grange Hotel now has six rooms where people can tie the knot. 

Upcoming Events at Nuffield Health Hospital

Friday 27th July 2018  (from 18 year) – Mr Ashwin Kulkarni Hip Hip Hooray, Minimally invasive hip replacement, Talk to the expert. This event is for anyone who needs a hip replacement and would like to explore their options for treatment.   Friday 3rd August 2018 (from 10 years) – Mr Subash Tandon

Arabel Lebrusan Bespoke Engagement Ring

An engagement ring is one of life’s most important purchases. It pays to chose wisely. But alongside the man who has the whole thing sussed, there will be another one who doesn’t know where to start.

Canaletto & the Art of Venice

In 1762 the young monarch George III purchased virtually the entire collection of Joseph Smith, the greatest patron of art in Venice at the time.

Top To Toe In Fuerteventura by Adam Jacot de Boinod

The wind is regular though relenting (apart from in September when it lulls) and permeating but not piercing. But there’s also proper heat, not just warmth. With only a week to have a break you don’t want to fly for eight hours or suffer jet lag.

I do think it is a shame when a super-duper item attracts an unfair reputation, generally because someone has made a copy-cat version that is a poor imitation. It could be designer clothing but for me it is wine and the Chardonnay grape to be specific.

The government’s call for evidence on the use of solid fuels for domestic heating has re-ignited the campaign for burning kiln dried wood: ‘Ready to Burn’.