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Quaran-Green

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We’re not ones to productivity shame, as let’s face it, we’re all busy just trying to exist right now (juggling key working, homeschooling, cooking, cleaning and shopping during these difficult circumstances is enough to keep anyone on their toes), but now is a great time to get growing fruit and vegetables. Whether you’re a green-fingered gardener or a keen-been looking…

wild garlic

A walk on the wild side

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Smell that? That light waft of garlic on the wind can only mean one thing, wild garlic season is well and truly upon us!  Running from April until June roughly, depending on the weather conditions, you only need to take a walk amongst the Island’s shady woodlands to find wild garlic – Allium Ursinum to give it it’s Latin name,…

A Caulkhead Covid19 Survival guide

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So we have just about made it through week two of lockdown… How are we doing ladies and gentlemen?! Hi, hi, hello – how are ya? It’s Thea here, Taste’s resident designer, but as it turns out, I like food, cooking, eating and talking about it just as much as anyone else so here I am. I’m sure to many…

takeaway burger and fries

Home (delivery) is where the heart is

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Now that we’ve entered a lockdown, we’re changing our focus over on our ‘open for business’ page. You’ll find details there for the businesses who are offering takeaway and home delivery services, as well as the village and corner shops, farm shops and delis who are open for those essential stocks and supplies.We’ll be updating the page as often as possible,…

Takeaway fish and chips

We need your news

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If you’re a pub, restaurant or café now offering takeaway or delivery services to your customers, or a shop with a home delivery or mail-order option, don’t forget to let us know. Whether you work within the food and drink sector, or know someone who does, make sure you’re keeping us updated with what’s happening and we can share your…

coffee with heart shape latte art

5 ways to love local

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How to support your local pubs, restaurants, cafés and shops in these difficult times… Tell us what your favourite retailer is doing – we can share with our followers and help promote themUse local shops rather than supermarkets – they are on different distribution networks and are often better stocked with essentials and local produceBuy gift vouchers online to use…

take away pizza

Urgent Update

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Following the guidance from the Prime Minister Boris Johnson that all cafés, pubs and restaurants must close, let us know if you will be offering takeaway services to your customers. In these tough times, supporting local businesses as they adapt is essential for their survival. If you work within the food and drink sector, or know someone who does, make…

Open sign in shop window

Calling all businesses!

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What are your plans for today and over the next few days? Are you planning to be open as usual, or are you offering takeaway or delivery services to your customers? If you work within the food and drink sector, or know someone who does, make sure you’re letting us know what’s happening and we can share your updates with…

the yarbridge inn

Can you help the Yarbridge Inn?

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The Yarbridge Inn, Brading needs your help! Although trade has dropped due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Becky and the team still have a kitchen full of food that they don’t want to see go to waste. The popular pub has already introduced a takeaway and delivery service for residents in the Brading and Sandown area, but are keen to reach…

coffee at Ventnor Botanic Garden

keep calm and carry on

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You needn’t be locked indoors throughout the Coronavirus crisis, social distancing doesn’t mean social isolation. A large number of the Island’s pubs, restaurants, cafés, shops and attractions are still open for business as usual.  If you’re struggling to keep the family (or even yourself) occupied at this difficult time, there’s nothing better than getting out in the great outdoors and…

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