Royal Leamington Spa is taking a piece of the spa town magic to RHS Chelsea Flower Show - and everyone can get involved! Sarah Windrum discusses Leamington’s exhibit.
A thrifty, fun and fabulous way to reuse old picture frames
It’s not just humans who can be infected with viruses – plants can too, and they are a major problem for the horticultural industry. Lisa Martin explains how viruses can affect plants, and how local scientists are helping to combat the problem of viruses in our food crops.
Robin Furlong’s new furniture studios in Moreton in Marsh offer greater accessibility to his broadening collection of fine furniture.
Bring out your creative side and make some cheap but lovingly made DIY Christmas decorations.
Warwickshire’s woodlands are important recreational spaces and sources of biodiversity, but they are threatened by lack of funding, invasive species and disease.
From little LEGO blocks to luxury chocolates, here is our selection of the 10 best advent calendars for 2013.
Bring Christmas into your home by decorating with our favourite home accessories and hanging decorations.
Our selection of the best toys and gifts for girls and boys this Christmas
If you are struggling to decide which is the most practical work surface for your kitchen, let yourself be guided by experienced kitchen designers, Bower Willis Designs.
Granite Planet have had a distinctive and successful thirty-year heritage in all things granite and marble. Their extensive showroom provides an outstanding product showcase and they maintain a dedicated customer support and advice team who are on hand to deal with any queries.
A house designed by Shipston architects features in a new television series
Anne Tuner shows us around her uniquely designed kitchen by Bower Willis Designs of Shipston on Stour
Angela Bower, owner of Bower Willis Designs, gives us her take on the five key trends to look for when designing your dream kitchen.
Historic retailer Lee Longlands was widely credited with revitalising one of Warwickshire’s most recognisable shopping areas, the Regency Arcade, in Leamington, when it completed its first major move outside of Birmingham in 1998.