Jan 21
Ye Olde Inne, Westerleigh Review

Ye Olde Inne at Westerleigh has had a makeover and been revitalised by the new landlords Tony and Tracey who are brimming with good ideas and enthusiasm for their new venture. It shows too, the pub sparkles with good cheer and there is a warm welcome for everybody even our four-legged friends are not left […]

Jan 17
Spirit Of The Dance Playhouse Theatre Weston Super Mare Review

17th January 2020 The international show Spirit of the Dance is celebrating 21 years of thrilling audiences all around the world with their production; not just traditional Irish dance but Scottish, Flamenco, Latin, Salsa, Hip Hop, Techno Can Can (who knew the Can Can had been updated?) and American Tap. It leaves you breathless with […]

Jan 16
Morgan Plus 6 What’s in a number?

One hundred and ten. That’s one of Morgan’s big numbers. It’s how many years this fine and fiercely British company has been going…in the same family hands. Last year, in its one hundred and eleventh, seventy percent of the Morgan Motor Company’s value was sold to an Italian investment outfit which also has a smaller […]

Dec 19
The Lazz Lounge, Gloucester Road, Review

The Lazz Lounge on Gloucester Road has been part of the local community hub for quite a few years now and it’s the friendliest and most welcoming place to drop in for breakfast, just coffee and cake, or the full works of a mixed mezze in evening. They supply Turkish hospitality and excellent Turkish food […]

Dec 19
The Italian Kitchen, Alveston Review

The Italian Kitchen is thriving and becoming busier and busier since it took up residence some six months ago within the Alveston House Hotel. The interior is large, light and airy with pale oak flooring and a white panelled ceiling, together with comfortable seating, tables laid with good cutlery and snowy white serviettes which gives […]

Dec 16
Audi RS5 Sportback – Easy on the eye…

Back in the olden days – before Greta Thunberg popped her schoolgirly head above the parapet – the Audi RS5 Sportback and Coupé were propelled by thunderous normally aspirated 4 litre V8 lumps that sounded for all the world like the Almighty hawking up a docker’s oyster. Today you will find a very different donkey […]

Nov 19
La Famiglia Restaurant, Keynsham Review

La Famiglia is the Italian restaurant on the Bath Road that everybody is talking about, newly opened it’s gathering great reviews and the word on the street is that it does the best pizza that side of town. With encouragement like this who wouldn’t want to try it and as the Italian phrase goes “ho […]

Nov 14
An Evening With Dean Edwards, Symonds At Redwood

This month Symonds at Redwood played host to a pop-up event by our local celebrity chef Dean Edwards, the one-time digger driver whose appearance on Master Chef in 2006 changed his life forever and turned his cooking hobby into becoming a chef. As he’s very easy on the eye and full of natural charm television […]

Oct 25
No fuss, plenty of frills.

Have you ever found yourself following a VW Passat down the motorway and thinking “Do you know what, now that I have a second child and that very smelly Labrador, what I should do now is head on down to my nearest Vee Dub dealer and book myself a test drive in one?” Nope. Thought […]

Oct 18
Bandook, Wapping Wharf Review

The Wapping Wharf redevelopment is coming on apace, along with its vibrant collection of small and intimate restaurants housed in double storey shipping containers which are becoming the place to be whether to pop in after work for a quick snack or stay till the early hours for cocktails and the full works. The team […]