Round 2 of Tempting Offers
We are back with a second round of fantastic offers for our readers! Have a look below for some truly unbeatable deals you will not find elsewhere.
Alice Pritchard runs World Secret Shoes from rural Wales, creating beautiful handmade shoes from colourful antique kilim rugs and ikat silks meaning each pair is one of a kind.
In preparation for her stand at The Chelsea Flower Show, Alice designed a collection of sneakers dedicated to The Royal Hospital Chelsea and inspired by the brilliant Chelsea Pensioners. 20% of every pair of shoes in this collection will be donated to The Royal Hospital. Monies raised from this collaboration will go towards the hospital’s ‘Active Ageing’ Appeal, which will fund a new activity Centre in the hospital gardens. The Centre will enable the pensioners to take part in hobbies like yoga, painting and crafts alongside their friends and the local primary school children, come rain or shine! We have all experienced over the last few weeks what it is like to be cooped up in the same place and how challenging it can be mentally. The new Centre not only hopes to improve the physical health of the pensioners but also so importantly, their mental health too.
As the Flower Show has had to be cancelled, Alice is launching the shoe collection virtually instead and is offering a discount of £30 on each pair. Get shopping!
Carwyn has a natural talent for making the very best British artisan cheese. As well as the plain Caerffili, Caws Cenarth has developed new cheeses, including the Brie-like Perl Wen, a creamy blue, Perl Las, and Golden Cenarth which is an award winning washed rind cheese. It is no surprise that the top airlines serve Caws Cenarth cheese to their first and business class passengers. As aircraft have been grounded the airlines have ceased all food orders and soon the hotels, events and retail outfits that Caws Cenarth supplied followed suit. Even the supermarkets have stopped orders deeming these wonderful cheeses as non essential items…. Cheese lovers like ourselves couldn’t disagree more.
Because of the aging process and time it takes to make these organic cheeses, production cannot suddenly stop. Hundreds of cheeses which have been maturing carefully will be ready to eat in the coming weeks and months and it would be a disaster if these had to be thrown away. Carwyn would like his cheese to be enjoyed and available to everyone from all walks of life, and is currently offering a special cheese box for three different payments according to what you feel that you can afford. The cheese box contains a wheel of brilliant blue Perl Las (min 2kg) a wheel of creamy white rinded Perl Wen, (min 1kg) and five of the strong and smooth Caws Cryf 200g minis making it the perfect Easter present. You have the choice of paying full price £80 and receiving a 50% discount on your cheese at Christmas, half price of £40 plus delivery or free of charge and covering postage (limited to one per customer).
Treat a friend or family member and indulge in some unique and delicious cheese this Easter, knowing you are supporting a unique rural business.
Cambrook Foods was founded in 2012 by Angus Cameron and Michael Brooks as a result of their quest to make the perfect caramelised nut.
Their research led them to Italian and Spanish artisans doing exactly that and after months of trials and tribulations they came up with their own unique way of baking nuts
They now produce these delicious nuts from their BRC (AA Grade) accredited factory in Andover, Hampshire which they salt and season from their original recipes using herbs, spices and flavours.
We think all this makes them one of the best specialist nut manufacturers in the country. It’s the reason why independent retailers and London’s top hotels, including Claridges, The Savoy and The Lanesborough, come to Angus and Michael for their nuts.
Order online at www.cambrookfoods.co.uk with a 30% discount using voucher code: dontgonutsathome