The New Forest is blessed with some of finest artisan producers and eateries in the country. The coastal market town of Lymington is home to many of them. As a leading food and drink marketing agency we went to check out some of the best places to eat and drink in this thriving foodie scene. From established fish restaurants serving locally caught crab and lobster, to a new Nordic deli serving Viking platters and a jewellery shop cafe fusion which caters for food intolerances; our team of intrepid roving reporters complied this video of our five foodie favs. And of course being Beans we had plenty of fun and lots to eat and drink along the way. Make sure you watch right to the end to see some of us in action as we visited restaurants and interviewed chefs and managers on our foodie safari. Enjoy.
In the wake of the Prudential RideLondon cycle event last week – 100 miles in and out of the capital via the Surrey Hills – I’m offering up a hellish post-watershed alternative to the children’s nursery rhyme ‘head, shoulders knees and toes’ entitled ‘head, shoulders knees and arse’. For that is the exact order of body parts hit by visitations of acute pain during the seven-hour challenge.
This Sunday (30th) a team of four Jellybeans; Nick, Laura, Sam and Neil, will take part in the Prudential Ride London cycle – 100 miles around the streets of London and leafy roads of Surrey, finishing at The Mall in London some seven hours later. Every penny raised of our £4,000 target will go towards furthering the work of DEBRA as Jellybean continues its proud patronage of the charity.
For over 30 years Jellybean has held its position as an award winning and leading food and drink agency, and as the founder I am delighted to announce the appointment of Susan Bolam to Managing Director from June 2017. Having set the company up in 1987 I have been closely involved in its growth and evolution across the last 3 decades and still feel passionately about this industry and company and so will continue to be involved in the business albeit in a much less visible way as CEO.