In each issue of In The Country we feature four bloggers from aspiring new blogs to established and trusted voices for you to bookmark and discover. If you have a blog or would like to nominate a blog to feature in our Summer collection of blogs which will be published online as a result of lockdown, then do get in touch by emailing Hollie-Ella at firstname.lastname@example.org
Country Classic Lucinda is a forward-thinking country lifestyle and fashion blog, showcasing Lucinda’s take on British country living. If you love country styling and enjoy a rural adventure, you will feel right at home following the tales of this ‘typical country girl’.
A farming and country lifestyle blog, The Wandering Hogget visits life on a family-owned beef and sheep farm on the North Island of New Zealand. Written by part-time farmer L-J, it explores some 800-acres of Waka-Whare farm, as well as travel and plenty more. Keep up with this Kiwi girl’s rural adventures through her fascinating monthly blog posts.
The Rutland Blogger – born and bred in England’s smallest county, Rutland, Charlie Pallett, 25, uses her blog to champion all that is wonderful about her home county. Featuring Rutland’s news and views as well as championing local businesses, Charlie has put Rutland firmly back on the map, whilst highlighting the hidden gems of its traditional market towns, Uppingham and Oakham.
Founded by Kathy Slack from her Cotswolds allotment, Gluts and Gluttony explores seasonal, organic food inspired by nature. Featuring tips on growing your own organic food, as well as seasonal and homegrown recipes. Having swapped city living for ‘the good life’, Kathy trained at Ashburton Cookery School and has worked at Daylesford, Thyme and River Cottage. She is the winner of the Young British Foodie award and the Soil Association award for Best Blogger.