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Interview: Benjamin Baldwin

September

The Slowpoke: BENJAMIN BALDWIN // Photo by: Hilary Walker Benjamin Baldwin is a man who opts for time honoured methods over modern shortcuts. He finds beauty in every join and detail and the time and skills required to get there. And as a maker who works only with recycled materials (and machinery!) he knows the value of a decent piece of otherwise discarded timber better than many.
Interview: Benjamin Baldwin
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Interview: Little Veggie Patch Co.

July

The Slowpoke: LITTLE VEGGIE PATCH CO // Photo by Emma Bowen There’s certainly no shortage of studies purporting the fact that gardening is a good contributor to happiness – which goes a long way to explain the perpetual smile that graces the face of Mat Pember, founder of Little Veggie Patch Co.
Interview: Little Veggie Patch Co.
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OPINION: SLOW BUSINESS

April

The Slowpoke: SLOW BUSINESS We meet a lot of lovely folk through The Slowpoke. From those who embody slow living in so many facets of their lifestyle to those who are learning loads along the way on slowing their lives down. And everywhere in between. One thing they all have in common is that they always have plenty of wonderful opinions, stories and anecdotes worth sitting down over a cup of tea for.
OPINION: SLOW BUSINESS
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NATURAL WINE BY GROWN + GATHERED

April

The Slowpoke: NATURAL WINE BY GROWN & GATHERED Somewhere in between growing chemical-free vegetables, fresh local flowers for trade, cheese making, running workshops and hosting dinners, Matt and Lentil Purbrick of Grown & Gathered (find our interview with the young farmers here) have managed to squeeze in a little bit of natural wine making. 
NATURAL WINE BY GROWN + GATHERED
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INTERVIEW: A PLOT IN COMMON

January

The Slowpoke: A PLOT IN COMMON No matter how little your prior experience is, often the desire to do something is all you need to do it well. Ben and Tasha Shoo knew close to nothing of growing their own food, or of keeping animals, or starting an orchard, or of the inherent life changes and hard work that came with farming. 
INTERVIEW: A PLOT IN COMMON
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