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Wellbeing

Nature Connection Practices for Mental Health Awareness Week

A handful of easy, free nature connection practices for better mental health.

Wellbeing

42 Acres Ambassador, Tony Riddle

We're excited to announce our first ambassador. Lifestyle coach and endurance athlete, Tony Riddle.

Land and Nature

Wild Larder Series: Oak Leaves

Next up in our Wilder Larder series are Oak leaves. The cherished Oak is a treasured tree of the British countryside, woven into our history as a symbol of strength.

Land and Nature

Our Garden Principles for Soil Health & Biodiversity

Our polytunnels and veg beds are filled with seasonal food that feeds our guests throughout the year. Growing a wide range of veg, herbs and fruit, from humble winter greens to goji berries and hearty tromboncino. Arek, our head gardener, shares more about our biodynamic and no-dig principles...

Land and Nature

Wild Larder Series: Dandelion

Next up in our Wild Larder series, the delicious dandelion - full of vitamins, minerals and can be a fantastic liver cleanser.

Food

Apricot & Orange Raw Energy Balls

Looking for a healthy, delicious alternative to sugary Christmas treats? Our Apricot and Orange Raw Energy Balls are tasty, nutrient dense and super easy to make. ⁠

Food

Weird Veg Series: Tromboncino

Meet some of the more unusual produce and ingredients at 42 Acres, grown (and eaten) here on our regenerative land.

Land and Nature

Wild Larder Series: Nettle

First up in our Wild Food series - the delicious, humble and nutrient dense Nettle.

Food

Ginger and Buckwheat Biscuits

If you’ve been on a retreat recently you may recognise these delicious dairy free Ginger and Buckwheat Biscuits, a warming 42 Acres seasonal favourite.

Food

Our Food Philosophy for Personal and Planetary Health

Here at 42 Acres we have a regenerative, even revolutionary, approach to food. Our hyper-local menu improves not just the flavour of our ingredients but the earth itself.

Food

Why Eat Seasonally?

To eat seasonal food is to respect nature, celebrate abundance and to eat in harmony with the natural cycles of the planet.

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