Join Hampshire Life Hero, Andy Mackenzie, as he teaches you how to choose the right cuts and best quality of meat along with how to prepare those traditional steak accompaniments that we all love.
Events across the city dedicated to contemporary writing and performance and featuring poets from across the world.
The organisers have informed us that due to the current situation the Festival has been postponed until October 2021
The Winchester Writers’ Festival provides inspiration, support and unparalleled networking opportunities for creative writers working in all forms and genres.
Soufflés have a reputation for being difficult to cook. With Sylvain Gachot’s guidance you too can conquer this classic dish!
Halloween spooky trail around the City Centre. Further details to follow…
There’s nothing fussy or fancy about Italian cooking. There’s just great food and lots of it. Join Paul Bray on this full day course, learn some secrets to some signature dishes and enjoy the fruits of your labour with a glass of wine for lunch.
Please join Chris Bird, Curator of Sparsholt College’s National Plant Collection of Hampshire & Isle of Wight Apples (Malus) Pre-1960, for a Zoom talk followed by a Q & A session on Thursday 22nd October 2020 starting at 19:00.
This autumn half term, meet the creatures of the twilight who come out to hunt as darkness falls. From badgers to bats, this session gives you the chance to discover the secret lives of night time creatures.
Grab the kids and join in with our interactive Cookery workshop. Spend your morning creating both savoury and sweet dishes that you will enjoy for lunch in our converted well House.
HLF Guermonprez (1858-1924) was an enthusiastic naturalist who assembled a huge collection of Natural History specimens which are now held in Trust by Portsmouth Museums. In 1957 the local paper published an article ‘ The Gilbert White of Bognor’.