AYLESBURY’S racing pigeon owners fear their birds will soon be on the menu of the town’s feathered resident – a peregrine falcon. Local pigeon fanciers say the arrival of eggs in the peregrine’s nest above the county hall causes great reason for alarm.
Lisa Penny, the new owner of Archangel in Frome, one of Somerset’s oldest inns, aims to resurrect the origins of St George’s Day. Archangel’s building’s medieval history may pre-date its declaration.
Forget The Grand National, pigeon racing is back. Racing birds can fly further and at fast, more impressive speeds than racehorses. They’re cheaper to keep and can win £30,000 jackpots in races.
Avalanche was tasked with developing Fussels Fine Foods as a regionally-recognised brand, to then grow the company’s national profile