This Couple Lives Your Dream of Running a Tiny Cafe on the Seaside
“You arrive at half seven in a morning, the tide is perfectly calm. I think about the fact I used to take the Tube for over an hour to get to work.”
I Left the City to Become a Farm Labourer and Here’s What I Learned
Following Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom’s recent plea for young British workers to take up jobs in agricultural labouring, I’ve spent the last month on a Lincolnshire farm.
Inside the Food Tent Teaching Music Festival-Goers How to Cook
At Denmark’s Roskilde festival, the FoodJam tent provides punters with organic vegetables, fresh fish, and dairy to cook any dish they choose. “There's nowhere else in the world at a festival where you can do this," says co-founder Thomas Laursen.
EXCLUSIVE: What to expect from Shangri-La at Glastonbury 2014
"You’ve got an IT department, an HR department. This year is all about the office nightmare"