Healthy Recipes

Guilt Free Brownies

My Homemade Sweet Potato Brownies with Polenta, Honey, Dates, Cocoa and a selection of yummy nuts are defintely the nearest to guilt free one can get! Simply blend sweet potatoes and 15 large dates together after steaming the 2 large sweet potatoes first. Mix this with 1/2 a cup of polenta, 5 table spoons of […]

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Royal Crescent Events

A Royal Afternoon Tea

Popped to the Royal Crescent Hotel for a spot of afternoon tea and we were pleasantly surprised! Not only was it an absolutely beautiful day for the family to gather, the afternoon tea was superb!   For a very reasonable £26 per person, one can also choose from a long list of available accompanying teas. […]

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Lifestyle | Whippets

A day in the life of our Bath Whippet

Ever wondered why it’s a “dog’s life”? After a snuggly nights sleep involving a lot of wriggling about because people tend to take up all the duvet and bed space, I have a long morning stretch and laze about for as long as possible, whilst the bed is still warm and the house is quiet. […]

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Healthy Recipes

Skinny Pancakes

Pancakes do not have to be sugary and bad for you. These pancakes taste amazing and don’t involve much in the way of ingredents or cooking time! For healthy “skinny” pancakes simply mash up a large banana in a bowl, and add 2 eggs. Mix together and make sure the lumps are out (total preference, […]

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Confessions of a Magpie

Heavenly Feet

I tend to walk everywhere! Be that shopping til I drop, a 9 hour waitressing shift on my feet, or just walking in between tube stops. I just love it! Growing up in the centre of Bath might be the reason I love it so. However, dashing about and also integrating heels more into my […]

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Royal Crescent Events

Royal Crescent Midsummer Ball ’14

For those who don’t know, once a year, the Royal Crescent Society and Crescent Lawn Company spoils its residents by successfully organising the midsummer Ball, held on the lawn in a large, yet perfectly sized, marquee. This year, the Summer Ball emcompassed a slightly different mood, reflected in the new notion that each table of 10 […]

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Healthy Recipes

Experimenting in the kitchen

I know I’m not alone when I say that, I am definitely not opposed to spending the odd evening or afternoon procrastinating in front of Netflix with a cuppa tea/bucket of coffee and a scrumptious snack of some sort. So, in a bid to break away from the age old excuse of “needing something to dunk” […]

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Culture | Lifestyle

Playhouse Theatre production of George Orwell’s 1984

Big Brother is watching you… The Headlong Theatre production prides itself on it’s “generous unpredictability” (Observer) and it’s “dedication to new ways of making theatre” through “radical reinvigorations of the classic repertoire” (headlong.co.uk). Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillian’s production of George Orwell’s famous novel 1984, does exactly this. Not knowing what to expect, I was […]

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