Archive for October, 2014

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Remember, remember ….

Filed in Blog, Event Details by on 16th October 2014 0 Comments • views: 2114

…the 5th of November!

This is one of my most favourite parts of the year as the leaves turn brown, orange, yellow with the sun sparkling on them. Cold dry air and crunchy leaves under foot. Smells of burning, scurrying little creatures building hideouts, lovely clear days wrapped up snuggly warm. 

Then comes Halloween with beautiful bright bold orange, green and purple in dominance – children get excited at the thought of dressing up – will it be skeletons or witches? Will it be gruesome or a sweet little witches cat? Broomsticks abound! Trick or treating, carved pumpkins and candles everywhere. Buckets full of sweets the children come home with their delights …. a few days rest and then the absolutely magical and musical fire filled skies begin.

Beautiful, bright and bold colours brighten up the sky with gold, silver, electric blue, pink and green showers lightening up the darkened evening. 

And then darkness and happy, tired families having had a beautiful evening …. I so love this time of year – Can you tell?

We’ve never had an event on Bonfire Night in the evening and I am just sooooo excited to be at The PalmHouse in Sefton Park on Bonfire Night – Treacle Toffee, Salted Caramel, Cinder Toffee, Hot Chocolate – so many delightful things to make…. I really, really can’t wait!!!

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… and again!

Filed in Blog, News by on 1st October 2014 0 Comments • views: 2156

Wasn’t expecting our next blog to be another Thank you , but thank you so much to all who voted for us in the Liverpool Food and Drink Festival Awards … we were truly surprised, delighted and honoured.

 

 

Earth Day 2022 views: 57

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A different Valentine’s day? views: 81

 Valentine’s Day is internationally recognised as a day of love and adoration; taking its name from the 3rd Century Roman Saint Valentine, who was arrested and later martyred after conducting marriages in defiance of Emperor Claudius 2nd. Nowadays western countries celebrate this holiday with outpourings of flowers, chocolate, and teddy bears for their beloved – […]

Chinese New Year 2022 views: 112

Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year, is a festival that celebrates the start of a new year according to the traditional lunisolar and solar Chinese calendars. It is a festival of prosperity, and typically welcomes in the beginning of the spring season. The festival is one of the most important celebrations in […]

Reviews mean so much to a small business… views: 1132

Reviews make a huge difference to all small businesses. We are always so grateful when anyone takes time to find us and write a review. It’s like having an appraisal from your boss 🤣🤣… we’ve had some really lovely comments this week so thought we’d share them with you. Thank you all who took time […]