Made in England
Have YOU discovered a great company or product?

I love to buy "Made in England", whether it's jewellery or food or a living willow fence for my garden.

There are many English companies - big or small - that are proud to feature a Made in England badge on their goods. And here's a place to give them kudos.

If you have found a great product or company then please share your discovery with us and spread the word about them.


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Apple Wizard for collecting windfall apples 
Apple Wizard for collecting windfall apples - brilliant! Ordered off Amazon back end of last year (2010) called the company to get another one only to …

Lindisfarne Mead Not rated yet
If you've read mythology, you've undoubtedly run across mead, this drink of heroes, gods, lovers and kings. The god Odin gave an eye to drink mead …

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Mouseman Furniture
I simply love that mouse! Mouseman furniture has been made in Yorkshire from seasoned oak for over a hundred years and the craftsmanship and passion shows in every piece ...

Portmeirion Tableware
Highly individual and equally highly collectible, Portmeirion is a byword for stylish dining. It's also a great success story ...

Black Pudding
Black pudding has many devoted followers and has been made in England since the Middle Ages. But it's not just an ancient food, or a breakfast one for that matter. English chefs come up with increasingly innovative ways of turning it into utterly delicious dishes ...

Royal Albert Bone China
Until I started researching this I had no idea that Royal Albert's Old English Roses design is the world's most popular bone china. But if you look at it, you can see why ...

Cadbury Chocolate
Of course I'd seen the adverts and eaten the chocolate, but that John Cadbury and his sons made such a difference to the lives of so many people, that they had ideas about running a business that were decades ahead of their time, that I didn't know. Read about it ... it's interesting. And the chocolate is still good ...