I once owned one of the original Moulton small-wheeled folding bikes. It was the only new bike I’ve ever had; all the others were second-hand – less likely to be stolen. I rode my Moulton to work in Leeds for several years and it never disappointed me. I can imagine the owners of the Sven Cycles… Continue reading
Posts tagged Fearnley Whittingstall
Is it time tourism industry embraced conservation issues?
Do you know about the gurnard? Do you really care? Read this, and I think you might. Last week this humble fish received unexpected promotion, in esteemed company. At Visit England’s media reception in London, where the country’s national tourist board and its constituent local boards previewed the attractions for the coming year, chefs from… Continue reading →
Helping discarded fish scale the heights of cuisine
The very successful anti-discard campaign, taken forward by the cook Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall earlier this year, has already forced, or inspired, retailers into action. This month (June) Sainsbury’s launched its ‘Switch the Fish’ campaign. Customers who ask for cod, tuna and skate are offered, in addition, a free portion of some of the unfashionable species… Continue reading →