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‘It’s all here on the water’: how Britain’s canals became home to bakers, blacksmiths and florists

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When Stuart Fenwick first moved to London seven years ago, he spent a lot of time on foot exploring the capital’s towpaths. His wanderings prompted a recurring dream in which he ran a floristry studio aboard a narrowb...

Jam sponge and cheesy flatbread: Ravneet Gill’s recipes for young bakers

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Here are two wonderfully reliable, easy and absolutely delicious recipes that are suitable for young bakers and adults alike. The great thing is that they can both be made with just a bowl and a wooden spoon, so there...

I go to the baker’s at peak time just to see faces and hear chatter

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The first visible, sniffable, glorious bursts of spring make the final straight of lockdown agonising. Perhaps, like me, you carry from childhood an inner voice that says pleasant weather must not be wasted. As kids, ...