• Featured,  Food,  Heritage

    Yorkshire Wolds Apple Juice

    The Yorkshire Wolds Apple Juice company was started by Ray Kirby back in 2008 when windfall apples inspired him with a clever idea to create a cold pressed apple juice using the windfall apples from locals gardens. Ray worked hard…

  • Food,  Heritage,  Nature,  Uncategorized

    Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil

    From humble beginnings at a local farmers market selling their first bottle of cold pressed rapeseed oil, to an awesome range of products in just 10 years, this family owned company is a great success story and is now a…

  • Featured,  Heritage,  Nature,  Travel

    Wolds Way Lavender

    This week we are dedicating all our posts to a ‘Meet the local Artisans’ week. We’ll be covering food, beauty, retail and restaurants, championing our local Artisan hero’s from the Yorkshire Wolds area in East Yorkshire. Today I want to…

  • Heritage,  Travel,  Uncategorized

    Historic Bridlington Landmark Church

    The St. John’s Burlington Methodist Church on St. Johns Street, is a bit of a historic icon in Bridlington. The original church that sat on the same site was the very first Methodist Church in Bridlington in the 18th century.…

  • Recipe

    Homemade Elderflower Vinegar

    I love a good recipe, especially when it’s an easy assembly job, what could be simpler? This Elderflower Vinegar will liven up any summer salad or new potatoes with its fresh zingy and gorgeous floral taste. Ingredients500ml or 1/2 cup…

  • Heritage,  Travel

    A Fabulous day out at Sewerby Hall and Gardens

    Sewerby Hall and Gardens could have stepped out of the pages of a Jane Austin novel. Situated on a dramatic and breathtaking clifftop near Bridlington, it truly holds a very special place in my heart. As a child my Mother…

  • Featured,  Recipe

    Homemade Elderflower Posset

    An English dessert fit for any fairy queen, and super easy to make. It’s no secret that I adore and am obsessed by Elderflower. I grew up with this magical tree that wildly grows over hedgerows in The Yorkshire Wolds.…

  • Featured

    Not by the book

    My Nanna was a true home cook, I measure this by her finally tuned senses in the kitchen. She certainly had recipe books that was true, some handwritten, some from Be-ro (a UK flour brand) and some from the Ministry…

  • About,  Featured

    A Warm Yorkshire Welcome

    Welcome to a brand new journal and start of an exciting movement to celebrate and place the great Yorkshire Wolds clearly on Britian’s map as a must see and visit destination, as it so rightly deserves to be. I’ll be…