I’ve just been ‘Natashad’ – no, not a trim of the hair on my upper lip but a session with wardrobe and style consultant Natasha Musson – and it feels goooood!Read more
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Here at Muddy, we're full of the joys of Spring. Why, you ask? We've spritzed ourselves all over with this zingy, sunshiny, delicious new fragrance from natural beauty brand Neom.Read more
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Come and bounce at the world’s largest trampoline park…Read more
Having a dog-eared Madhur Jaffrey classic on the bookshelf and a cupboard full of Indian spices with use-by-dates that don’t start with 20 *hangs head in shame*, are the signs of someone who loves the idea of cooking Indian food but never actually does it. Cue the half-day North Indian Adventure cooking class, one of Sweet Cumin‘s Indian home cooking classes in the tiny village of Clapton near Radstock – recently listed as one of The Guardian‘s top foodie cookery courses in the UK.Read more
Sadly, this is not my garden. I forgot to put my garden to bed at the end of last year and it’s in a bit of a sorry state now: a jungle of dead stalks, a thick layer of leaves turning to mulch (but that’s good, right?) and a few green shoots (could they be daffs?) poking up through the soil. I’ve got the secateurs set to chop down the jungle but I need colour in the garden and I need it now, so: what to plant for instant horticultural gratification?Read more
The Somerset Levels and the mesmerising aerial acrobatics of the starling murmurations – just one of Somerset author Tamsin Cooke’s favourite places…Read more
When a friend told me about these self-guided themed Treasure Trails I practically yelped for joy, so I thought I’d bash out a quick post so you can yelp with joy too. Anything that screams ‘half-term saviour’ and gives you a fun excuse to get kids out of the house and out into the fresh air for an hour or two is good in my book. Best of all they are nationwide so you can use them at home or take them on holiday.Read more
We’ll admit to being total film nerds here at Muddy Somerset, and we’re practically squealing for 2016’s offerings after last year’s cinematic line-up was somewhat of a let down. So, whether you’re looking for a bit of chick flick and chill (Ms Bridget Jones), or something for the rabble (a new Jungle Book!) we’ve got you covered. Muddy intern Daisy Ward gives us her recommendations for the coming year.Read more
Wondering what to do and where to go over the coming week? I’m assuming you’ve already got your tickets for the bagpipe workshop at Halsway Manor but here are a few other ideas…
Grayson Perry: The Vanity of Small Differences, Victoria Art Gallery in Bath until 10 April
The UK’s most famous transvestite potter Grayson Perry travelled the country exploring the taste of Britain’s different social classes as part of the Channel 4 series All in the best possible taste.Read more
Toby Garbett is an Olympian and two-time World Champion rower (I mean, come on, credit where it’s due!), having competed in 5 World Championships and 2 Olympic Games. He later swapped rowing for triathlon becoming National AG Champion in 2012 & 2013, and came 6th in the World Triathlon Championships in Hyde Park. He’s also a personal trainer, pilates instructor and Level 2 triathlon coach. Here are Toby’s insider tips for fitness and weight loss success.Read more
Funky new restaurant in an old electrical power station – you could be in London’s East End or downtown New York (almost)…Read more