Busy, busy, busy

January 24, 2012 at 9:55 am Leave a comment

Well, here we are, almost at the end of January, and what a month it’s been. In between one new business meeting after another we’ve been rolling up our sleeves and getting stuck in on projects for existing clients. James has been up in Essex chewing the cud – I mean, having extremely high-level talks – with Shaken Udder, the fantastic milkshake brand which came online before Christmas, and Nickie has been working on a really great project which is under wraps at the moment but promises to be a show-stopper (all to be revealed in the fullness of time).

Meanwhile, Rod of Rod and Ben’s has been on ITV’s Hungry Sailors teaching Celebrity Masterchef finalist Dick Strawbridge (in the photo above with Rod – on the right!) and his son James the ways of his organic farm in Devon. It was filmed back in the summer, and was great to see Rod out harvesting potatoes in his tractor and picking basil and courgettes in the polytunnels with the boys, then judging their soups along with his farm team (mind you, their soups didn’t look a patch on Rod’s – but then we’re biased). Bickham Farm looked as pretty as a picture in the June sunshine, and we couldn’t help notice that Titch the dog was a natural in front of the cameras (not unlike Rick Stein’s Chalky). If you missed the TV show that aired last Friday at 4pm we’ve thoughtfully sorted out the itvplayer link below. Think of it as a belated Christmas present.

http://www.itv.com/itvplayer/video/?Filter=301067

Claire

Entry filed under: Winter 12.

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