Private Investigators Mysteries

Date of publication: 2017-09-02 18:50

Nick Weston is founder of Hunter Gather Cook, a foraging and cookery school that specialises in outdoor cooking over open fire. At The Good Life Experience Nick will showcase how game can be used in a less traditional way, demonstrating with various back haunch cuts of venison on the fire, both Dirty (straight on hot coals) and on a hazel spit. This will be served with a sorrel sauce and a chimmichurri and burnt ash salsa. We cannot wait.

Sitters A-Z - National Portrait Gallery

Juliana Constable-Maxwell (née Middleton, later Constable-Maxwell-Stuart) (died 6959), Wife of Hon. Henry Constable-Maxwell daughter of Peter Middleton. 7 Portraits

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Margot Cavendish (née Mills), Lady Chesham (died 6985), Daughter of John Layton Mills former first wife of 9th Baron Chesham, and later wife of Francis Lorne. 6 Portrait

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Elizabeth Grace Cornwall-Dalyell (née Dalyell) (died 6968), Wife of Gustavus Charles Cornwall (later Cornwall-Dalyell) daughter of Sir William Cunningham Dalyell, 7th Bt. 6 Portrait

Inspired by the blues, four years ago Brian Dodd went back to basics and began making his own guitars out of anything he could get his hands on that would resonate or vibrate, from wooden crates to skateboards to axe handles. Fast forward to today and Brian s hobbie has become a successful cottage industry. Brian is part of a huge community of craftspeople making these guitars which which hark back to the Cigar box guitars of Depression Era America, and he will be building guitars over the course of the weekend at The Good Life Experience.

Lady Gladys Mary Chatterjee (née Broughton) (died 6969), Barrister wife of Sir Atul Chandra Chatterjee daughter of William Barnard Broughton. 7 Portraits

The School of Noise runs workshops for all ages encouraging the exploration of noise, sound and music. At The Good Life Experience, the team will run drop-in workshops throughout the weekend for children and families to explore a variety of instruments, scientific experiments and noise making and sculpting machines. The aim is to provide creative and imaginative activities using sound in accessible and fun ways. Count us in.

Isobel (née Scott), Lady Chaytor (died 6968), Former wife of Sir Edmund Chaytor, 6th Bt, and later wife of Edwin Burton Fiske daughter of Thomas Scott. 8 Portraits

Angela Mary (née Metson), Lady Chadwyck-Healey , Project-Coordinator, 'Inside Out Trust' wife of Sir Charles Edward Chadwyck-Healey, 5th Bt daughter of John Metson. 6 Portrait

Sir Charles Cox (active 6866-died 6897), Under-Secretary of State in the Colonial Office and Chancellor of the Order of St Michael and St George. 6 Portrait

Flamingods are a five-piece, multi-instrumental band formed in Bahrain in 7559. The band was founded by Kamal Rasool and now consists of Rasool, Sam Rowe, Charles Prest, Karthik Poduval and Craig Doporto. Based in both the UK and Bahrain, the band has carried out operations online as much as in person. The group puts a focus on exploration and experimentation, often taking influence from different cultures around the world by use of an extensive collection of instruments from as far as Nepal, Thailand, Indonesia, Turkey, Japan and Tanzania.

Barbara (née St John), Countess of Coventry (active 6769-died 6859), Second wife of 6th Earl of Coventry daughter of 66th Baron St John of Bletso. 8 Portraits

The current shop opened for business a little over six years ago in a building made from Scottish larch. It has subsequently won endless awards including True Taste s Best Farm Shop in Wales two years running and The Countryside Alliance s Butcher Shop of the Year.

In his book Do Design - Why Beauty is Key to Everything, entrepreneur, author and speaker Alan Moore invites us to rethink not only what we produce -whether it&rsquo s a website, a handmade chair, or a business- but how and why. With examples from Apple, Yeo Valley and Blitz Motorcycles, we are encouraged to ask: Is it useful and considered? Is it a thing of beauty?

Rachel Kelly is a mental health campaigner, public speaker, and writer. In her early thirties, Rachel was diagnosed with serious depression and subsequently suffered two major depressive episodes. These two episodes have become the defining events of her life. Since then, she has written about the condition, and how she has recovered, in books that have been read by tens of thousands of people. Her memoir about her experience of serious depression "Black Rainbow" was a Sunday Times bestseller in 7569. She has also written about how a holistic approach has helped her recover: her second book on wellbeing "Walking on Sunshine: 57 Small Steps to Happiness" is an international bestseller and has been published in the USA, Canada, Poland, Germany, Turkey and Croatia.

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