Fortnum Mason

19 Jun 19
Food Covolution

At Coventry Oddfellows, 2 Queen Victoria Road, Coventry CV1 3JH on Monday 1st July, 7pm-10pm Coventry Oddfellows say: “Come and learn about and sample some of the finest cheeses in the country, supplied by ‘Cheese on the Green’ – an independent fine cheese shop owned and run by Richard Cooper, who has over four decades […]

17 Jun 19
Miraculous Magazine

A few years ago, I met a lovely kind man in London called Adam. He was living on the street opposite Fortnum and Masons when I met him. I decided to interview Adam, to raise awareness of homelessness, and to learn more myself.  The hardest thing about being homeless When I interviewed Adam, I was […]

15 Jun 19

Saturday 15th June 2019 Today saw the much heralded cuts to a large number of central London bus routes including many changes to termini and amended routes. I previewed the changes in a post on 5th June foreseeing a major challenge as getting bus stop plates, timetables and spider maps updated. Having had a good […]

14 Jun 19
Festival Flyer

Latest Festival Flyer update from Hampton Court Festival [ad_1] Coming to one of out remaining shows? Make the most of your Palace experience and relax in the gardens with a Fortnum & Mason Picnic! You can book up to 3 days before your show date. [ad_2] Hampton Court Palace Festival Source MORE RECENT ANNOUNCEMENTS […]

13 Jun 19
Drop of a Hat Travel

There are so many things to see and do in London – the list is endless. However, when I was moving over, I made a list of the top 10 things I wanted to make sure I did while I was here. Here is my list: 1. Buckingham palace The palace is only open to […]

12 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

More than 100 of the world's largest food manufacturers, including all the major UK supermarkets, have committed to take action at the government's request to reduce food waste. Sizes from the world of nutrition and sustainability, including Aldi, Asda, Caffé Nero, Co-op, Costa, EFD, Lidl, Sainsbury, Starbucks, Tesco, M & S, Morrisons, Nestle, Ocado, UK […]

12 Jun 19
The Moody Suburban Girl

“The sooner you accept you are imperfect, I promise you half the battle is won.” I, for one, cannot stress on how important it is to sometimes take that photo without a filter or a special cam and accept however you see yourself. If your perception about yourself isn’t a positive one, no amount of […]

12 Jun 19
Francis Avenue

As a Londoner I’m lucky to have access to several outstanding local destinations for Father’s Day shopping, dining and culture. A favourite is the area bounded by Piccadilly and St James’s with its finest menswear shops, luxury hotels and restaurants and cultural destinations such as The Royal Academy of Arts. I was recently invited to see […]

11 Jun 19
grannymabs' kitchen

These sandwiches are perfect for a summer’s day. You do need to salt the cucumber or you will end up with soggy ones. I got this recipe from the Sunday Times that featured one in the Fortnum and Mason The Cookbook. Next time I make these I will take some photographs. 1 cucumber 8 large […]

11 Jun 19
Borders (Re)Imagined […]

10 Jun 19

“I used to think that fashion was full of annoyingly good-looking, creative people — I was right,” joked Ahmed.

10 Jun 19
Cosy Home Comforts

When we are out and about I always have coffee, but tea is my absolute favourite. I’m not called a teapot for nothing. When I was little I used to have a Cadbury’s button mini mug at my Nanna’s for cups of tea. This was my everyday mug and would only change for Birthdays or […]