Arlington Court and Coleton Fishacre join the list of National Trust houses now open once again
Archives for October 2020
A family-run Cornish distillery has been awarded the highly coveted title of ‘best rum’ in the 2020 Great British Food Awards.
Named after one of the Salcombe Fruit Schooners built in the small Devon port in 1867, ‘Phantom’ is the sixth release in Salcombe Gin’s luxury Voyager Series.
This year, the award-winning Bath Christmas Market is going virtual, showcasing its’ range of magical producers, artists and makers online
These two stunning wedding venues have opened their doors to offer quality dining and overnight stays to the public for the first time.
Food Drink Devon (FDD) is thrilled to announce that it is joining forces with Devon & Plymouth Chamber of Commerce (DPCC) to strengthen their influence in this sector at both a regional and national level.
Made in Cornwall this unique Muscovado Silver Spirit is the first of its kind to be produced in the U.K.
The redevelopment plan for the Thistle Hotel site on Poole Quay has been finalised and lodged with BCP council.
The founder of the successful Koh Thai restaurant chain, Andy Lennox, is launching a new high-end Thai brand called Nusara.
A leading travel firm is making final preparations to re-open its two shops in the South West to help people plan their holidays for 2021.
Gloucestershire’s leading food and drink quality marque partners with the Countryside and Community Research Institute, under the banner of the new National Innovation Centre for Rural Enterprise – NICRE.
Visitors to the garden at Tyntesfield, near Bristol, will be able to see 33 different varieties of pumpkin, squash and gourds.
Lyme Bay Winery are thrilled to report a batch of pinot noir with potential alcohol levels of 14.7% – a record for the UK.
Great Taste Golden Fork from the South West presented to Capreolus Fine Foods for their Smoked Pancetta.
Sharpham Winery has announced it has relocated its winemaking operation to the Sandridge Barton Estate at Stoke Gabriel in South Devon.
Fairfield House is a substantial 17th century former farmhouse, refurbished and presented to an extremely high standard