Essential journeys….

January 15, 2010 at 4:25 pm Leave a comment

The snow over the last two weeks has created some shall we say ‘interesting’ conditions for commuters! Although slow going on the roads, we managed to keep going without too much disruption here but some clients really had to pull out all the stops. This is Dan Wood with his new dog Odie at Blackacre Farm Eggs. Dan had so many people unable to traverse the icy roads he had to actually go and rescue members of his team in his 4×4!

At Hall & Woodhouse the draymen managed to keep delivering Badger beer every day but one over the fortnight. At Badger they see delivering beer to pubs as an ‘essential journey’………… as do I!

Click for more from this week ………

We are working with Mark Godfrey, MD of the Harbour Hotels Group, who recently picked up the keys to what will be the new Salcombe Marine Hotel. The re-opening of the hotel will create over 50 new jobs and bring lots of new business into the town. Unfortunately we may have to pop down for meetings in one of South Hams most beautiful locations, but somehow we’ll manage!

Nickie has been getting some great feedback from parenting journalists about Respect Organics’ Banana Loaf. Comments from pleased mums include……. ‘Within half an hour of arriving this delicious cake had been completely demolished by my 2 very fussy eaters!’ For more feedback click here.

And finally we had some new shots taken for the website in our new (ish!) office. Here are a few of the outtakes! The rest will be up on the website soon……….


Entry filed under: Winter 2010.

Guess who’s back……….. Beer battered…..

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