Thanks to the generosity of the Albans Angels “cloud crowd” the handmade wooden angels made by Emily Readett-Bayley and her team of Balinese woodcarvers are flying high in St Alban’s Cathedral.
Every St Alban’s angel receives an angel designed and created by Emily.
There ’s no need to spell it out. Designer Emily Readett-Bayley started a new trend with her POSH Graffiti decorative letters way back in 1992 but there is so much more to her business besides. She talks to LYNETTE PINCHESS from the Nottinghamshire Today Magazine about celebrity customers, an important conservation project and why she can’t wait to see the […]
By Rebecca Smith-Dawkins, Nottingham Post TWO sisters will be showcasing their collection of hand-decorative accessories at the upcoming Grand Designs Live show in London. The products, designed by Emily Readett-Bayley and Lucy Suleiman, have been made by the same village rice farming community in Ball for 15 years. The £4 million worth of wooden letters […]
Emily’s first Christmas Pop-up Shop at Langar Hall Hotel was a great success – look out for a Valentine’s theme soon. Langar Hall Hotel
HE Joslyn Whiteman receiving #MottGreen Award @AcadofChocolate #WhatPriceChoc14 @grenadachocolat
It was a great night Saturday at the Emmys for non-fiction series with a science and/or climate theme. Fox’s “Cosmos” won four Emmys, including “Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming.” Showtime’s “Years Of Living Dangerously” won the top award, “Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series” (along with PBS’s “American Masters”). “Years of Living Dangerously” is the first […]
‘The Environment and Indonesian Communities: Part 1’ – This blog post by the Clinton Foundation highlights the work of Photovoices International as part of the Katingan Project, which was supported by the Clinton Climate Initiative, and empowers local populations to document the way the environment affects core issues in their communities.
We took Otto the orangutan and our rattan baskets with us to Chelsea this year to highlight our involvement in The Katingan Project.
The Katingan Project — which caught the eye of Harrison Ford — pairs a basket-making business with the Indonesian government’s efforts to restore valuable land, employing local villagers along the way.