It’s an exciting weekend in our house because tonight’s the night that tickets to Tom’s new Supper Club – Kushi-Ya go on sale.
Today we decided to nip up the road to Southwell, we haven’t been for a while and last time we were there for a trip to the garden centre so didn’t really get to explore the town.
We’ve been barbequing since the first rays of spring sun hit Notts’ streets this year. No joke. I remember back in March dragging one of my best lamps outside because we had misjudged how long the days were and were barbequing in the dark.
Right I’m going to be straight-up – we’ve been to Derbyshire.
It’s not Notts, but this is too good not to share with you and if you bear with me you’ll see how it links in with Notts, so we’re all good right?
I always love finding something new in Nottingham and as I have got older, gardening has become a much-loved hobby of mine. So when my boyfriend told me he’d seen a post on Instagram about a pop-up houseplant shop in one of my favourite Saturday breakfast spots, I made plans to attend.
My friend and Nottingham based, super talented designer Alex Nelson let me have a look at some new illustrations he is working on this week. They’re so good I’ve blagged some images so I can let you have a sneak peek.
Take a look