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5 top tips for planning a great 18th birthday party

There’s one word you’ll need to forget when you organise an 18th birthday party and that’s ‘moderation’. This is an opportunity for your son or daughter to go crazy before they head into the big wide world of university or work, so throw them a party to remember. 1. Don’t go for a surprise party […]

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Pie and mash brings a taste of old London

We all like a little nostalgia every now and then, especially when it comes to food. There was a time when you’d find a pie and mash shop in just about every high street in London, but these days they are few and far between. Thankfully, bringing that wonderful taste of Old London back is […]

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How to celebrate Chinese New Year in style

Often ignored after the madness of Christmas and New Year, Chinese New Year is a great time to get together and celebrate the first weeks of the new year. Have a look at our must-haves for planning your upcoming, unforgettable Asian adventure. What can we serve? The biggest tradition of Chinese New Year is the […]

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5 ways to make your child’s christening more relaxed

Christenings are still very popular – but this doesn’t mean that people always look forward to them. After all, they can be quite a rigid affair if not done properly. Obviously there are some things you won’t have a say over, such as what’s read during the service and what day of the week it’s […]

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How to plan a best of British wedding

Looking to plan a quintessentially British wedding? From the food to the décor and the transport, we have ideas for everything you need to plan a soiree that is truly inspired by home. Catering What’s more British than good old fish and chips? More and more couples are opting for something a bit different when […]

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Why January is a great month to hold your annual office party

January is great time for a party. The month of post celebration hangovers, Blue Monday and bad weather make it the perfect time for a cheery get together, to look to the year ahead, and to enjoy some comfort food. There are some good reasons to think about holding your annual party in January. December […]

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Bored with turkey? Create some new Christmas food traditions

Turkey is still the overwhelming favourite for Christmas dinner, with 76% of us tucking in last year. But if you’re bored with turkey, why not take some inspiration from around the world and create your own alternative Christmas food fair? Japan goes crazy for fried chicken Though Christmas isn’t officially a holiday in Japan, families […]

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Why a burger van will boost a Christmas fayre

Christmas fayres are everywhere these days. Schools hold them as a means of raising vital funds; clubs and organisations do so for the same reason. Village halls hold them so small businesses and individuals cans sell arts, crafts and local produce, making money themselves on each table they rent out. Whatever reason you are organising […]

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How to cater for everyone at a work’s Christmas party

Office parties are extremely difficult to cater for: with so many tastes, preferences and dietary requirements, they can seem a veritable maze for those tasked with creating a festive atmosphere. A successful Christmas do should be about everybody kicking back and enjoying good company, good drinks and of course, good food! Making the most of […]

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Couldn’t get Glasto tickets? Have a back garden festival instead

It’s that time of year when thousands of sweating palms tap feverishly at the keyboard in the desperate hunt for Glastonbury tickets. If you din’t secure your trip to Worthy Farm, why not stage a back garden festival instead? Create the right conditions No, we don’t mean turning the hosepipe on your back garden until […]

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