WellChild Cheltenham in Association with Aviva Community fund 2017

  WellChild is a charity in Cheltenham that provides care for seriously ill children and young people in the UK. Founded in 1977 they introduced and funded WellChild nurses who implement support and care to those who need long-term or complex care in the comfort of their own home to help them thrive. Alongside this…

The Ox Cheltenham Summer Cocktail Launch – June 2016 

Summer is not far away, 21st June! So to celebrate their first summer in Cheltenham, The Ox has launched a new cocktail menu to celebrate. They are fast becoming my favourite place in Cheltenham and friends are being made, I was invited to try this menu with them. In true British style, the rain came…

Yealands Wine Event at The Ox, Cheltenham – June 2016

Yealands is a winery in the southern region of Marlborough, called the Awatere Valley in New Zealand. It was Peter Yealands dream to open the world’s most ecologically advanced winery. Devoted to the concept of 100% sustainability, Yealands has been making award-winning wines with no carbon footprint for many years now. So how are they…

The Scandinavian Coffee Pod Cheltenham Cupping Event – May 2016

As a lover of coffee, the place I go to get my fix here in Cheltenham, is a speciality coffee roaster called the Scandinavian Coffee Pod. They hand roast seasonal coffee beans in their unique coffee pod – a five metre square glass cube. Coming soon is their brand new coffee bar and roaster, which will…

No. 131 Cheltenham Lunch Review

A few years ago in the heart of Cheltenham, a classic Georgian Grade II was turned into No. 131. After derelict years opposite the beautiful Imperial Park, a new restaurant and 11 bedroom boutique hotel was restored. My first visit wasn’t the best experience if I am honest, but I have had visited for cocktails…

The County Kitchen Cheltenham 

When friends of mine organised an evening of food and live music at the County Kitchen, little did I know about this gem here in Cheltenham.  At the County Kitchen they believe in high quality food for amazing value. Everything is cooked fresh and from scratch in their kitchen. The food is seasonally prepared and…

Simpson’s Fish & Chip Shop Relaunch 

Simpsons opened their doors in 2009 in Cheltenham, with over 40 years experience in the fish and chip trade they have recently won the award for the best fish and chip shop in the UK. Their beliefs are the best quality of fish, potatoes and batter. MSG, artificial colours and flavourings are a big no…

Foodie Review – The Ox Cheltenham

The Ox opened its doors at the beginning of November in Cambray Place, replacing Vanilla Restaurant. Although the salon remains above, they have redecorated the restaurant with a quirky vibe with Bucranium lining the walls and a stuffed peacock standing proudly in one of the rooms. The restaurant still maintains its wooden interior and stain…

Kibou Sushi

  A hidden little gem I had heard about in Regent Street prepares traditional and has claimed to provide ‘proper’ sushi in the centre of Cheltenham. As a sushi fan I have been enjoying the landing of Yo Sushi as most have but I have been summoned to try ‘proper’ sushi and as if I…

Lily Gins – Cheltenham

Who’s up for Cocktails? But not the same regurgitated cocktails and drinks served in most bars. If you fancy something more sophisticated and different Cheltenham has the perfect venue. Lily Gins is located on Regent Street that oozes eccentricity. The theme that is echoed throughout is a London Victorian bordello and the concept of the…