Claire began keeping hens to teach her son where his food came from. Now she owns an award-winning business called Hens for Hire, renting out chickens to preschools, schools and residential care homes.
Twenty-four-year-old Rebecca Bell graduated from university with a business degree but decided on a more creative career path. Now she operates her pottery retailer, Willow Bell, from artisanal markets and events.
Specialising in flowers in their most natural forms, Gus Cavanagh describes his style as “loose, organic and unique”. We caught up with Gus, who crafts bouquets from his studio in North London, to find out more about his journey into the world of wildflower floristry.
Focusing on artists in the vanguard of the street art, graphic art and tattoo worlds Nelly Duff exhibits editions and original artwork from a wide variety of international artists.We spoke to creative co-founder Jessie Dyer...
Perched at the top of the hill in Kemptown, this Brighton boozer is well known among local residents. We caught up with owner William Howell about his successful six years running one of Brighton’s favourite haunts.