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Did you know? One third of Fortnum’s food is pollinator dependent. Bees are very important to Fortnum’s survival, which is why they are proud to have so many of them working on their rooftops above Jermyn Street. 8 more words


All in a day's work

As I’ve mentioned before, Nadia and I are very lucky with the job we have in London in that it give us the ability to see and do things we normally could not or be able to afford. 713 more words


I can give Paddington Bear a run for his money.

With Marmalade.  As mentioned in a previous post, Archie and I had a bit of a mooch in Fortnum & Mason and stumbled across a stand of Paddington Bear Teddy’s along with a stand of Traditional Marmalade.  17 more words


#LondonAdventure no29 Fortnum & Mason

Supermarkets, food markets and even the local corner shop are places that have a special place in my heart.  There’s a Nisa in Islington that sells a really unexpected snacks selection and teeny, tiny Yazoo milkshakes and a Londis in Lancaster which I immediately associate with university nights out and mornings after.  355 more words

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Fortnum & Mason

Today my grandparents came to visit for a belated birthday dinner and, accompanying the tray of cupcakes they were carrying, was a rather large Fortnum & Mason bag. 276 more words

Gusmen Magazine - Fortnum & Mason

Since I love Fortnum & Mason I made a piece about it for Gusmen Magazine. You find the link here.