Tag Archives | Countryside

A Scottish Affair

I love a good party all for a good cause and The Carnell Cup was certainly that. Held at the breathtakingly beautiful Carnell Estate in Ayrshire, The Carnell Cup is a competitive simulated shoot that takes place on the estate with lunch in a marquee. The proceeds of the shoot and the auction were to […]

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Pawesome Party at Orvis UK

On Wednesday night Orvis was filled with eager guests of an unusual variety – wagging tails, floppy tongues and attentive ears, we welcomed over forty canine friends through our doors for the launch of The Orvis Dog Club. Whilst the humans sipped on wine and nibbled on canapés our VIPs (very important pooches) were treated […]

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Fifty Shades Of Tweed

Here at Zambuni we are, of course, advocates of all things tweed. We were thrilled to know that our passion was shared when a Zambuni girl’s father forwarded her this poem that he had written as a “Valentines Ode” for his wife. It may not quite be Shakespearean in quality it certainly puts EL James to shame. […]

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Wildlife springs to life in North Devon

Spring has well and truly arrived, and so far the weather in North Devon has been dry and a lot cooler than normal. The primroses are just spectacular lining roadside banks and many woods have beautiful scatterings of wood anemones, wild garlic and a hint of blue where the bluebells are just emerging. This weekend saw […]

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What to wear to Badminton Horse Trials

Since 1949 Badminton Horse Trials have been one of the highlights of the eventing season, and as part of the Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing, is certainly the place to be seen. From gaggles of horsey teenagers, to seasoned experts in eccentric hats and moth-nibbled tweed, there is no in, or out crowd here, just […]

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Lady Luck smiles down on the Kimbridge beat

There are few writers who can align fishing with gambling, but Theo Pike’s talents don’t just lie on the riverbank. Having penned a number of successful books on fly-fishing and the environment, including Trout in Dirty Places: 50 rivers to fly-fish for trout and grayling in the UK’s town and city centres and Pocket Guide to Balsam Bashing – and […]

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Spring ascends to Highbullen

I will take a risk and say that spring has arrived! The easterly breezes are very welcome here in North Devon, as it means dry and warm weather, and has been over a week since the last rain fall. Although wall to wall sunshine is predicted for the next ten days, winter never seems to […]

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Road Tripping The Aristopractical Way

“People don’t take trips, trips take people” these words from John Steinbeck finely illustrate the way that many Londoners feel when the urge comes to escape the city. Rolling hills, fresh air and roaring country fires call from beyond the suburbs of the big smoke and sometimes it’s a call that’s just too loud to […]

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Thinking big with JB Gill

We like to think outside the box. Recently, a long-standing client called us their ideas factory, which is a huge compliment. Our strengths lie in being completely engaged in our clients and what they do. We are able to deliver creative solutions to reach the communities and audiences that matter to them. Several years ago, I […]

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