A real Christmas tree brings both festive spirit and the beauty of nature into the house, writes Cambridge garden designer Robert Barker
Amber Brammah is a personal trainer and founder of Lovefit, Cambridge. Here, she explains how she’ll be getting into the festive spirit this year. . .
The festive season calls for sugar, spice and something healthy, too, says Katie Moore of Allotment
It's the most wonderful time of the year and, after 37 Christmases, Emily Martin reckons she has it all wrapped up
Inspired by Derek Jarman’s iconic gravel garden, we should all think of our plot as a private paradise, writes Cambridge designer Robert Barker
Lydia Parkin heads to a martial arts class and discovers a group of fearless females . . .
Hal Wilson of Cambridge Wine Merchants looks into the resurgence of wines with residual sugar
Cambridge Literary Festival is back this month. Hannah Critchlow, author of The Science of Fate, talks to Velvet’s Sarah Ingram
Autumn’s arrival triggers childhood memories of warming Scandinavian sweet treats, writes Cambridge Cookery’s MD Tine Roche
Emily Martin hasn’t slept for six years now and wonders: how much longer will she live?
Anyone for a Dry Martini? Cate Burren of Angel and Blume Interior Design considers the art of bar cart
It's Autumn Ladies' Day tomorrow - featuring the Style Awards in partnership with Velvet. Newmarket Journal tipster Tony Jakobson gives his top tips.
Emily Martin picks 10 things to do with your little pumpkins on our patch
Tales of the City creator Armistead Maupin tells Velvet’s Alex Spencer about moving away, making a family and finding himself
Take a moment to appreciate autumn’s glory, writes Cambridge garden designer Robert Barker
Following a visit to Australia’s forward-thinking McLaren Vale, Nicholas Corke, of Thos Peatling in Bury, looks at the sustainability of making wine
With a 6-year-old's hopes and dreams depending on her, Emily Martin has a birthday party to organise
It’s Open Cambridge time of year again, when the city opens the doors on its hidden treasures. Velvet’s Sarah Ingram reports.
Cooking and eating together pays dividends both at home and at work, writes Cambridge Cookery’s MD Tine Roche
Soften the blow of summer’s end with burgers and brownies, says Katie Moore of Allotment