Travel around Britain and you will find a huge amount of craft and artisan and products which are a speciality to each region or local heritage craft. Discover more about local produce and and artisan products around Britain.
Local produce and regional specialities
With names of local varieties, including Dumelow’s Seedling, Cornish Aromatic and Lord Lambourne to the Worcester Pearmain, Pig’s Nose Pippin and Dr Harvey – There are lots to try.
Fragrant and colourful, lavender is a wonderful addition to any garden as well as having beneficial properties and culinary uses. This versatile plant is used in perfumes, essential oils even in cooking.
The traditional seaside town of Whitstable, on the Kent coast has been famous for it’s oysters for centuries. Oysters are now available all year, but best enjoyed when the weather is colder.
A guide to traditional British holidays and celebrations throughout the year. Learn about age old customs and traditions. Celebrate with your friends and family as you mark the occasions.
Delicious and bursting with flavour. Rhubarb grows naturally across the British countryside however the Rhubarb Triangle is the country’s most famous producer of forced Rhubarb.
Everybody loves pancakes and Pancake Day or Shrove Tuesday is the perfect day to indulge.