Ladies Take On….1980s Inspired Fondue Night!

We wouldn’t say we are domestic goddesses (well, Lady Sky might say she is) but we are all willing to have a go and have a laugh! We attempted a feat our parents once indulged in regularly – Fondue Nights! We thought we would revive the fondue night and have a little experiment as to how we could make a fondue feast (melted cheese and bread…what is not to love?) that was both edible and entertaining. Learn from our mishaps but also join in our laughter as we done some pinnies and get inspired by 1980s domesticity.

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Supper in St Moritz…….

Drinks and nibbles in St Moritz, sadly not the Swiss Resort but as close as you’d come to it in an English country town. Located in Buxton and situated in the area known as Cavendish Circus, this adorable little restaurant transports you to a vintage alpine ski lodge. Continue reading “Supper in St Moritz…….”

Artisan Markets and Saturdays

Life can be a treasure trove of delights and such are those when you meet up with friends of yesteryear and stumble upon an Artisan Market in the shire. Buxton hosts an Artisan Market on the first saturday of every month and on this typically overcast British day the weather was mild and the market was a beehive of skilled tradespeople peddling their delightful confections. Put on by the Market Co ( this event was flourishing with local producers, award winning goods, authentic street food, entertainment, arts and crafts , fresh produce and lots and lots of homemade food to purchase.

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Get To Know The Ladies

All you need to know about the Ladies…


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Hello my lovelies! I am a transatlantic entertainment industry veteran who’s met the great and good of stage and screen (no I won’t spill any secrets…….. well maybe the odd one now and again). I adore being in a theatre, particularly the moment the house lights dim, anticipating the start of whatever performance is about to commence.

Know your Ladies, 5 fun facts

  1. I have a list of favourite Australians (honestly, who doesn’t!)
  2. I’m a feminine feminist, we can all be strong, smart and look good doing it!
  3. My current project in life is minimalism and I like the calm that comes with it.
  4. I love the groundbreaking cinema of the 1930’s & 1940’s; the men are dreamy and the women are sassy.
  5. I believe that opera, poetry, Jane Eyre, Alice in Wonderland and lipstick can solve most of life’s problems.


Lady Sky

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Good Day, my name is Lady Sky, you can often find me six miles high and smiling. I love to travel and explore new places. Some call it curiosity, others nosiness. Either way I want to know what’s around the next corner, over the wall or behind the door marked private. I love all things luxurious (hence my passion for Art Deco design) but I’m not afraid of getting my hands dirty either.

Know your Ladies, 5 fun facts

  1. I intend on visiting every continent (5 down, 2 to go)
  2. Racing anything with 4 wheels at Bonneville is a dream I hope to make a reality. (I’m a petrol head, I admit it)
  3. I believe that the film Clueless is a classic; well it is based on Austen.
  4. Tea is my beverage of choice, Assam being a favourite, if it comes with scones, so much the better.
  5. My musical tastes are eclectic, from habanera to house, zef rap to rock and everything in between.


Lovely Lady Contributors


Lady Metal

I’m known as Lady Metal, not because of my hard, steely, malleable exterior but thanks to my love of screamo, hardcore and heavy metal music. When I’m not deep in the pit at a gig you can often find me sat happily crafting, usually cross stitching something spectacular.

Know your Ladies, 5 fun facts

  1. I have 5 tattoos adorning my body. Most you’ll never get to see.
  2. I’m a lefty.
  3. To kill a mockingbird is my favourite book, I read it every year.
  4. I love attending comic con. This year I went as Alice in Wonderland, Lady Sky was my Mad Hatter.
  5. I’m hooked on wrestling and afternoon tea, but not necessarily at the same time.


Lady Tiger Lilly


Greetings! I am Lady Tiger Lilly, despite my name I’m actually a huge fan of all things leopard print and polka dots. I love to travel and consider myself a connoisseur of Gin. I have married the same man twice now, it was intentional, we had a renewal, and it wasn’t Gin related.

Know your Ladies, 5 fun facts

  1. I love taking photographs.
  2. I kept the same old car for over 10 years thanks to a deep sentimentality and sheer determination.
  3. I’m rather green fingered and love to tend my garden, growing some fine flowers and supporting natural habitats.
  4. I’m a visual kinaesthetic.
  5. I make order from chaos daily, mostly with the application of symmetry.

Lady Convivial (aka – Lady Viv)

I’m Lady Convivial, as the name suggests, I’m fond of feasting and the pleasures of jovial company. I love adventures and exploring off the beaten track, but I also like a little luxury so the untrodden path should have a nice hotel nearby!

Hello, I’m Lady Convivial, as the name suggests, I’m fond of feasting and the pleasures of jovial company. I love adventures and exploring off the beaten track, but I also like a little luxury so the untrodden path should have a nice hotel nearby!

Know your Ladies, 5 fun facts
1. My favourite author is Ken Follett, I share his passion for historical buildings which feature heavily in his novels.
2. I can’t cook, I’m truly terrible, except roast dinners which are usually edible.
3. I love banoffie pie, and my Mother’s banoffie pie is the best of the best.
4. One of my favourite places in the world is the Bolshoi theatre in Moscow.
5. I beat Top Gears the Stig in a stunt car race (well to be completely honest he was in a car with my friend who was driving, I was driving with the help of the Stig’s pal, but officially I still beat the Stig!)

The Lady has green fingers ………

In spring we decided to try and grow some produce, not being overly green fingered (as the remaining house plants can confirm) it was decided that tomatoes, onions, courgettes, peas and potatoes would be the crop of choice, mainly down to my desperate hope that even with some over enthusiasm and even blatant neglect they might survive and even produce a little something for the table. Continue reading “The Lady has green fingers ………”