Latest news from River Cottage
Our January sale is now on
Enjoy up to 25% off our fantastic cookery courses and dining experiences which take place before 30 April 2016.
Our Canteen reduces food waste by a third
We've teamed up with technology start-up Winnow to fight food waste.
Hosting Christmas dinner? Try these five things to save time and...
This year, why not cut yourself some slack? We’ve come up with our top five tips, to take the stress out of your preparations.
Top five most wasted foods (and ways to save them from the bin)
Does the thought of wasting food make your blood boil? It certainly does for us!
River Cottage HQ wins tourism award
We're delighted to announce that we won an award at the sixth annual Devon Tourism Awards, which took place last night, on Thursday 26 November, in Plymouth.
Have yourself a merry eco Christmas
Here at River Cottage HQ, we’re not dreaming of a white Christmas. We want our festive season to be green.
Will's garden diary - time to get planning!
We catch up with head gardener Will Livingstone to find out what's going on in the River Cottage kitchen garden.
Chefs' School enjoys double celebration
It has been a successful week with a group of our young chefs celebrating the completion of their apprenticeships and the news that we won the Corporate Responsibility award at the Springboard Awards For Excellence.
River Cottage Canteens get involved with #wastenot
Following the start of Hugh's War on Waste, we thought we would share some of the ways in which we are reducing our waste and wider environmental impact in our Canteens.
Rusty the Whale unveiled at River Cottage Canteen Plymouth
River Cottage Canteen Plymouth has joined forces with charity Surfers Against Sewage in order to raise awareness of marine waste and to launch their fantastic new kid’s menu which doubles up as a marine waste themed educational activity sheet and a pirates hat!
HRH The Princess Royal visits River Cottage HQ
We were proud to welcome HRH The Princess Royal as an honoured guest this week. The Princess Royal, as President of the City and Guilds of London Institute, visited River Cottage HQ to meet the City and Guilds apprentices being trained by Lead Chef Tutor Gary Richmond.