At last, some beautiful cold and sunny starts to the day, perfect forthose early morning dog walks! We need a chill in the air to blow the January bugs away.
Putting this issue together we have been particularly aware of thetough time local retailers are having, high street shops closingdaily and the Brexit ambiguity casting a shadow over business in general. We can only hope that there is more certainty to our future by the summer.
On a more positive note, a couple of entrepreneurs with a vision arechanging the face of farming, as we know it. I was lucky enough to beinvited down to Growing Underground – the world’s first undergroundfarm - 100ft below the streets of Clapham. Tours are now available – see page 11 for more details.
I had fun catching up with Alex Polizzi and chatting about life withher family in Clapham as well as plans to embark on another fabulousseries of The Hotel Inspector.
In addition we have some great ideas for Family Easter HolidayActivities, a section in the magazine has been dedicated to this andother ideas can be found on our What’s On pages.
Take advantage of the discounted ticket offers to the Affordable ArtFair in Battersea Park, Polo in the Park in Hurlingham Park andthe House & Garden Festival at Olympia. As ever, please support ourwonderful selection of advertisers and remember to mention the ISAMagazine when you call them.
Hope you enjoy this issue!