Cobnut Creative Communications
Cobnut Creative Communications
Content creation for Indie York website and printed map
Website content creation and business name creation for HR company Paths and Progress.
Published news article for Burtree Puddings in Yorkshire Post
An artisan pudding maker will be supplying shops across England with luxury Christmas Puddings, after securing a deal with the historical heritage charity. Burtree Puddings, based at Burtree Gate on the edge of Darlington, was asked by English Heritage to supply shops at selected key sites across the country, including Yorkshire's Whitby Abbey and Brodsworth Hall, with their range of Christmas puddings.
Burtree Puddings has secured a deal to supply English Heritage shops with Christmas puddings. Selected sites will sell the range
Artisan pudding makers Burtree Puddings, a family business based on the edge of Darlington, is now supplying its traditional and deluxe puddings to English Heritage shops
A GALLERY of soapbox designs has been unveiled at a city centre bike cafe. Creations from artistic pupils from Scarcroft Primary School will be displayed in the basement café area in Micklegate’s Your Bike Shed.
One case study from a selection written for a bid management company.
An invite to the International Service annual Christmas volunteer's event
An infographic I created for online publication to promote the #GivingTuesday campaign.
Happy New Year! 2014 was a very exciting year for us! We're feeling reassured by our achievements and are filled with positive energy for the year ahead and all it holds. Read on to find out more about some of our exciting new projects for 2015 and insights into managing your New Year's resolutions for success!
The kids are back at school so it’s the perfect time for an adult-only getaway at home or abroad
The night skies in August provide marvellous opportunities for summer stargazers, and the great thing is, you need only use your eyes
Culture Creative lit up Hadrian’s Wall, organised the Northumberland Olympic torch relay and they’ve just installed a bright and bold play area at Cragside
From nettles to bilberries and ceps to rosehips Living North discovers a veritable larder in the wilds of Northumberland
A Guide To The Greatest Gardens In Yorkshire
The legendary Chillingham wild cattle are one of the rarest animals on the planet. We spoke to the brave female warden who has taken charge of them
The Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust want to take you to the meadows and the time to go is now
Nestled on the edge of the stunning North York Moors, Malton is a pretty market town and its historic centre is filled with independent shops
The clue’s in the name – Hand & Machine create furniture by hand and machine. Owner Ben Croft explains how that ethos meets the demands of modern customers
From working as a car mechanic to becoming part of the Red Arrows elite engineering team, Whitley Bay’s James Robinson is flying the flag for the North East
Chances are you pass lots of ornate Victorian buildings every day – but don’t count on them being there forever. We’re losing them to housing developments and car parks, but the Victorian Society are determined to put up a fight
We spoke to author Tracy Borman ahead of her appearance at York Literature Festival where she’ll discuss Thomas Cromwell, the subject of her recent biography
What brought a Dutchman over to Yorkshire? Aside from the friendly locals and gorgeous landscapes, it was a love of the outdoors and the chance to look after one of York's most-visited gardens
We spoke to Samm Haillay about producing the gritty film Bypass, shot in the North East, which hits screens today
National Gardening Week is the perfect time to discover your new favourite garden. Here we learn about the hidden delights of Cheeseburn pleasure gardens, home to extraordinary sculptures
The Tour de Yorkshire Festival kicked off on April 1st so we spoke to the festival Producer Mark Fielding to find out about some of the highlights
Concerned by an overhanging oak? Barbecues being ruined by a looming larch? We spoke to arborist Chris Gill about how to maintain your trees - See more at: http://www.livingnorth.com/northeast/gardening/climbing-trees#sthash.xjzeNlmN.dpuf
Café No 8 has been building a reputation for fine food in York for over 10 years. Living North thought it was time to try it out
From Sussex and Australia, to Hong Kong and Zimbabwe, Nicky Robinson has worked around the world, but it was a job offer from Traidcraft in Gateshead that’s kept her rooted here for 17 years
How can we help save these busy insects from an uncertain future? A group of West Yorkshire enthusiasts has teamed up with an infant school to inspire the next generation of beekeepers
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Driffield's The Yorkshire Wagyu Company has become the sole meat supplier to Weymouth-based independent burger restaurant Hao Cow. The meat company now provides Hao Cow with a chuck steak and short rib wagyu meat combination weekly, which the chefs at the restaurant turn into 100% wagyu burgers.
The team at Wold Top Brewery have been toasting their shortlisting in the finals of the 2016 Great British Food Awards. The Wold Newton brewery's Scarborough Fair IPA was one of just ten entries from around the UK that were shortlisted in the craft beer category of the awards, organised by Great British Food magazine.
A Vale of York ice cream manufacturer has teamed up with a York graphic designer to undertake its first packaging rebrand forseven years. Lesley Buxton, director of the Acaster Malbis based Yorvale asked local graphic designer, Francesca Cann from Cann Creative to refresh the packaging for the 25 year old ice cream brand.
An independent optometrist has come to the aid of a young sports star thanks to his expertise in a new innovative contact lens technology. Alex Gage, a family optometrist who owns two practices in Woodseats and Crosspool in Sheffield, was the port of call for Daisy Pound, a 16-year-old canoeist from Fulwood, hoping to rise...
A link to the article I wrote for Derwent Shipping and Logistics. Article features on page 24.
For two NGS gardens, Hunmanby Grange in Yorkshire and the Elgood's Brewery Garden in Cambridgeshire, the natural pairing of a brewery and a garden have fallen perfectly into place. The two gardens are thought to be the only NGS gardens that are sited at a brewery, and the gardens form as much of an attraction as the breweries!
An ice cream manufacturer in North Yorkshire has installed new solar panels on-site to power its production. Award-winning Yorvale, based in Acaster Malbis near York, now has 400 photovoltaic panels covering approximately 210 square metres fitted in the field behind its production unit.
ICE cream production in North Yorkshire is proving to be a growing industry as a York manufacturer secures its first export order and the region hosts a national conference. As the Ice Cream Expo 2015 draws to a close at the Yorkshire Event Centre in Harrogate, Acaster Malbis-based Yorvale has delivered its first order to the Falkland Islands.
The team at a Yorkshire coast brewery is celebrating after winning four awards in the space of two days.
From left, Paddy Pennock, Nigel Wilson, Ben Costello and Oliver Pratley at Wold Top Brewery AN award-winning year has reached a head with the appointment of new staff members at a North Yorkshire Brewery. Family run Wold Top Brewery , based near Driffield, has hired four new recruits across different departments, increasing the staff total to 16, excluding directors.
York Press and Living Yorkshire
With the Brazilian World Cup looming, JENNIFER KEE tries her hand at shaking up a few Brazil-inspired cocktails. THE World Cup is heading to a pub in York in the shape of a summer range of Carnival Cocktails.
A combination of ill health and the impact of the recession left Steve and Anne Jaques’ lavender farm floundering. But then a BBC TV crew came to the rescue. JENNIFER KEE reports
Environmental officer charged with cleaning up York 9:25am Thursday 17th April 2014 in Features City of York Council's Senior Environment officer Rachel Lambley JENNIFER KEE spends a day with environmental health officer Rachel Lambley IMAGINE the scene: you are sitting in a restaurant enjoying a meal.
Lulu presents skin care range at Betty's 10:24am Friday 23rd May 2014 in News Bettys waitress Hannah Blair serves afternoon tea to Lulu FANS spent the afternoon with Lulu as she revealed her anti-ageing skin care range at Bettys in St Helen's Square.
On your marks... for a triple challenge 2:41pm Monday 7th April 2014 in Health, Beauty & Wellbeing ON THE RUN: Neil Gilbertson who will be taking part in York's first triathlon later this month As York prepares to host its first triathlon, JENNIFER KEE reports on what it takes to compete is this gruelling sport NEIL Gilbertson has caught the triathlon bug.
A life coping with epilepsy 2:23pm Monday 17th March 2014 in Health, Beauty & Wellbeing Caroline Hurst of Langleys. Picture: Anthony Chappel-Ross It was towards the end of 2001 during a year abroad at the University of Ottawa as part of an exchange programme with Sheffield Hallam when Caroline Hurst had her first seizure.
For many of us, being able to smile is something we take for granted. Jennifer Kee meets a student from the University of York to learn what it is like to live with facial paralysis.
Highlighting the dangers of depression 2:36pm Monday 31st March 2014 in Health, Beauty & Wellbeing Martin Warley who sank into depression and planned suicide before getting help AFTER descending into severe depression, Martin Warley began to plan his own suicide. He tells Jennifer Kee how he has turned his life around and why people need to take mental health seriously.
Hidden gardens from a whole world away 2:41pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014 in Features Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park, Ripon. Photos by Ian Garside and Jane Chandler Two men have transformed a quiet corner of England into an exotic Himalayan-style woodland. JENNIFER KEE finds out how they did it.
A family-run farm produces some of the region's finest ice cream 11:32am Saturday 26th April 2014 in Features Ian and Lesley Buxton and their herd of dairy cows On a family-run farm in York, some of the region's finest ice cream is lovingly produced.
Bequeathed estate inspires York art exhibition Updated 11:00am Friday 4th July 2014 in News A York man who bequeathed his estate to York Museums Trust has inspired the latest art installation at St Mary's church.
After turbulent times and a spate of homelessness, Danny Nowell is now finding his feet again thanks to support from a homeless charity. JENNIFER KEE reports.
Mother’s Day only comes around once a year, so why not push the boat out and put a big smile on your mum’s face with a luxurious fragrance or beauty treatment?
BRAVE veterans of a brutal Second World War Two battle between British and Japanese forces remembered their fallen comrades during a 70th anniversary service in York.
Trends will come and go, but European Bicycles have plans to create a cycling legacy in York with their wide range of bikes and gear.
Gun salute for Duke of Edinburgh's 93rd birthday 10:27am Wednesday 11th June 2014 in News Gun Salute in Museum Gardens to celebrate the 93rd Birthday of the Duke of Edinburgh YORK marked the 93rd birthday of the Duke of Edinburgh with a gun salute in the Museum Gardens.
Facial Palsy UK, a charity set up last year to provide support for people who have facial paralysis, is expanding its network of help groups with a new centre opening in Manchester this month. Jennifer Kee meets two people with different conditions, to talk about their experiences of facial palsy.