Gilli Davies, authors of the Flavours of England cookbook series, interviewed on BBC Radio York on Sunday 29 March at 11:30am.
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To celebrate the publication of 8 new titles in the Flavours of England cookbook series we are giving you the opportunity to win a whole set of all 12 books in the series! Closing date: 12pm GMT Friday 6th March 2020.
Publishing 27 February. Cordon Bleu chef Gilli Davies focuses on English gastronomy in her latest series of recipe books, Flavours of England. The former chair of the Guild of Food Writers offers a fresh take on a range of traditional regional English delicacies, while still honouring simple and locally sourced ingredients.
Graffeg Publishing is today launching a Crowdfunder campaign to raise £12,500 to cover recording costs for Gaspard’s London Foxtrot. This major new concert work composed by Jonathan Dove CBE based on the book by broadcaster Zeb Soanes and illustrator James Mayhew, is an orchestral tale for children in the tradition of Peter and the Wolf. The music will be performed by the Philharmonia Orchestra and narrated by Zeb Soanes. Graffeg wish to make the audio recording freely available to every primary school in the UK.
Graffeg is to republish the popular Fletcher the Fox picture book series by Julia Rawlinson and Tiphanie Beeke, previously published in the UK as Ferdie the Fox by Gullane Children’s Books. World rights, excluding North America, have been secured from The Catchpole Agency.
To celebrate the launch of A Cuddle and a Cwtch by Sarah KilBride and James Munro, we are giving away five copies of the book in this snuggly competition!
We are delighted to launch our t-shirt and tote bag online shop, stocking exclusive designs created using organic natural fibres and made in a renewable energy powered factory.
Mae’r cyhoeddwr annibynnol o Gymru, Graffeg, yn lawnsio ymgyrch cyllido torfol heddiw i roi copi o addasiad Cymraeg The Lost Words, Geiriau Diflanedig, gan Robert Macfarlane, Jackie Morris and Mererid Hopwood, i bob ysgol gynradd yng Nghymru.
Independent Wales-based publisher Graffeg is today launching a Crowdfunder campaign to gift a copy of the Welsh-language edition of The Lost Words (Geiriau Diflanedig) by Robert Macfarlane, Jackie Morris and Mererid Hopwood to every primary school in Wales.
Graffeg is delighted to be republishing Koshka’s Tales, a wonderfully imaginative adaptation of five timeless stories taken from Russian folklore, written and illustrated by James Mayhew. Featuring unforgettable tales of handsome princes, wizards and princesses, golden apples, and magical realms, the collection was first published in 1993 by Kingfisher Books and has been out of print for over 20 years.
Graffeg publishes illustrated books on subjects as diverse as; food, arts, culture, architecture, gardens, landscapes, photography, sport and lifestyle. Graffeg also publish a range of gift stationery, notecards, calendars, prints and posters. Graffeg has offices in Cardiff and Llanelli.