Author: Emma Sandham

Love to Lola

It’s been a strange week. It has felt slightly like a never-ending nightmare, a hamster wheel of grief, strange dreams, sleepless nights and finding strange comfort in rituals and coincidences. Last month, I was merrily posting happy updates to Lola’s Instagram and mine about our adventures together and late last week, I was posting an Instagram story of her ashes arriving in...

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Shifting Focuses…

I founded Zambuni almost 8 years ago and the business has taken many twists and turns. As a business owner I have discovered that I need to be both resilient and adaptable. I can whole heartedly say that I have never been as satisfied with my professional life. We are working on stimulating and progressive projects and I feel that our clients...

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Orvis and Westley Richards launch its Birmingham Residency

Friday 20th September marked the beginning of the ‘Orvis Residency’ at the showroom and factory of the iconic Birmingham based gunmakers - Westley Richards. The three-month collaboration will run through the fast-approaching Christmas period. Founded in 1812 Westley Richards continues to lead the field in high art gun-making having built an unrivalled reputation as the finest engraver and embellisher of guns and...

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Champions crowned at the Orvis UK Saltwater Fly Fishing Festival in St. Mawes

The fifth annual Orvis UK Saltwater Fly Fishing Festival took place over the 12th – 15th September 2019. With over 40 angler’s competing across the competition, the picturesque town of St. Mawes was alive with festival spirit. Based from a marquee on The Quay, the festival not only offered fly fishing, clinics and tuition for competing anglers, but also food demonstrations from...

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The Henry Euler Memorial Trust Symposium 2019: A Small Island with a Large Impact

Academics and historians from both sides of the Channel came together to look back through history at Anglo-French relations between 1689 and 1918 at the Henry Euler Memorial Trust Symposium held from 5th - 6th September 2019. The Trust was set up in 2006 by the late Mary Euler who with her husband Henry sailed regularly to Alderney in the 1950’s becoming regular visitors...

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The British Game Alliance secured trade agreement for 250,000 game birds in Hong Kong and Macau

The British Game Alliance (BGA) is delighted to announce that it has secured its first major overseas trade agreement for 250,000 birds to be exported for use in retail and high-end restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau this season. The deal with the luxury meat purveyor Sutherland will be for a mix of pheasant, partridge and grouse for this coming season. Sutherland...

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Lola loves Baxter

Lola loves Baxter @LolaZambuni I am a very happy spaniel as you all know and friends are important to me so I have decided it’s time to introduce you to a few. Baxter belongs to mum’s very good friend so we have had lots of play dates and Baxter has even come to stay when he was a pup. I think he’s very...

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The Game Fair partners with LAPADA Arts & Antiques Fair

The Game Fair is delighted to announce its partnership with LAPADA for this year’s Arts and Antiques Fair. In its tenth year, the annual LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair in Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London is this Autumn's must-visit event for sourcing and buying fine art and antiques. For the first time, The Game Fair will be hosting a reception at the fair on Tuesday 17th September...

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Lady Salisbury opens show garden at The Game Fair 2019

By Emma Sandham Lady Salisbury, of Hatfield House, welcomed guests to the grand opening of The Game Fair Gardens on Friday 26th July. The garden, which covers more than an acre, is the largest show garden ever created, and was designed and planted by staff and students from Capel Manor College, London’s only land-skills based college. Led by Julie Dowbiggin, the college’s RHS...

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Orvis UK announced as headline sponsor for UK Saltwater Fly Fishing Festival

  By Crystel Saraie The Orvis UK Saltwater Fly Fishing Festival, also known as The Salt, is returning to the Cornish coast this September 12-15th, for the 4th time since 2015. With Saltwater Fly Fishing being one of the fastest growing forms of fly fishing in the UK, the festival is a perfect celebration of the up-and-coming sport as more and more people take...

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