• Your food community needs you: shopping local during COVID-19

    Your food community needs you: shopping local during COVID-19

Review: Brunch at Le Pain Quotidien, London

If you’re looking for a place in London where vegans, veggies, carnivores and fussy eaters will all be well catered for and can dine in harmony, you couldn’t go far wrong with a trip to Le Pain Quotidien.

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Fishing for our supper in Picturesque Pembrokeshire

Every year, my boyfriends’ family head to the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast for a great British summer of cycling, sea swimming, water sports and (hopefully) sunshine. Last year, I decided it was time for me to cure my fear of the open water and join them, as I tried my hand at a spot of sea kayaking – and fishing!

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An Activist shares his tips for making a difference

Laurens de Groot went from pen-pushing police officer to law-breaking environmental activist, and has written a book about his time aboard an anti-whaling vessel. I caught up with him to ask him how us less-heoric folk could make a difference in our day to day lives.

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Why social media is a tragedy for Thailand’s slow loris population

After becoming upset at the sight of so many exploited animals whilst travelling in Thailand in 2013, I shared this post on a travel forum and got more than 5.000 views. To help get the word out even further, I thought I would share it here, too.

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