Wednesday, 26 December 2007
Saturday, 22 December 2007
I'd like to wish you all a very happy Christmas, and say a huge thanks for your support over the past year. I hope you have a fantastic break.
The Anusha offices are closed from 23rd to 26th December, but of course you can shop online anytime over the Christmas period! Orders placed during that time will be despatched on 27th December.
I'd also like to thank the wonderful Mr Anusha, Moth, Pierre, Louise, Leanne, Tierney and Gord for their continued hard work and support with Anusha this year - particularly in the incredibly busy run up to Christmas. It's been a truly amazing 12 months and we've got even more new and exciting plans for 2008!
More on that coming soon... in the meantime, I'm putting my feet up for a few days!
Friday, 14 December 2007
The last post
If you've left your Christmas shopping until the last minute, don't worry - the last order date for Anusha Christmas deliveries in the UK is 12pm on Friday 21st December (no extra charge).
We've also extended our returns period for the Christmas season. Items despatched from 1st December 2007 to 31st December 2007 inclusive can be returned before midnight on January 18th 2008.
Wednesday, 12 December 2007
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas…
We've been beavering away at Anusha, packing up all your gorgeous Christmas orders.
Here are a few of the best-selling goodies that have been winging their way to you this week. And don't forget - if you're worried about what the man in your life is going to buy you, why not send him in the direction of Anusha? Our handy men’s gift guide will mean that you get the presents you truly deserve this Christmas!
Thursday, 6 December 2007
I’m a recent convert to Liz Earle’s lovely organic products, in particular the Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser (at snip at £11.50).
Its packaging won’t win any prizes on the glamour front, but it smells gorgeous and leaves my skin feeling really soft (shame it can’t get rid of the dark circles under my eyes).
Don’t just take my word for it - The Handbag Beauty Bible gave it the highest mark of any beauty product it’s ever tested in the history of its Tried and Testeds. Praise indeed!
Saturday, 1 December 2007
Best of Bath 2: The King William
The second recommendation in my Best of Bath series is The King William pub. A 15-minute walk from the city centre, this cosy little pub offers award-winning British food, an excellent wine list, real ales from local microbreweries and proper Somerset cider. They source all their food from local suppliers (meat is free-range/organic and farmed locally; veg is grown in market gardens around Bath; fish is delivered daily from Cornwall).
This pub offers one of the best Sunday lunch in town - available downstairs in the buzzy pub, or upstairs in the 'dining rooms'.
Quotes include: 'So good it brings a tear to the eye... well worth making the train journey from London, even just for lunch' - Giles Coren, The Times
Good Food Guide 2008: 'A proper appreciation of our culinary heritage and an uncompromising devotion to local ingredients'
Where: 36 Thomas Street, Bath BA1 5NN (01225 428096).
When: Monday to Thursday 12–3 and 5–11; Friday 12–3 and 5-12; Saturday 12-12; Sunday 12–11