Wilma explores Inis Meáin: home to an elemental and unforgettable travel experience.
Refettorio Felix is a zero-waste community kitchen for vulnerable people in London. It's approach to design, people and community disrupts the rules of what a social enterprise can be.
Charities are finding simple solutions to address both food poverty and food waste in one snazzy redistribution service. One initiative making a difference in London is The Felix Project.
A big-hearted hiking destination, Wilma is drawn to an undisturbed landscape at the tip of the Wild Atlantic Way.
Wilma shares a few of our favourite artist studios in UK and Ireland that are open to the public.
Tom Morris is a design writer and author of New Wave Clay, a snapshot of the most exciting creatives in ceramics today.
Sheena from Galway Food Tours brings the spirit of Ireland to life, one delicious mouthful at a time.
Blenheim Palace and Yves Klein Foundation presents fifty of the artist's works rarely seen. But does it hang together?
Cub is part of a new wave of ethical, conceptual dining spaces. Who cares if its enthusiasm for conscientious cooking verges on evangelical.
Wilma explores the intriguing stories and unexpected design details to be found behind some of London’s famous doors.