BARN BIG TOP SPEAKERS
The oak beams of the Barn at Redcoats have heard some stories since it was built in 1771, but they are about to hear some of their best yet.
Commentary on the grubbiest part of the dirtiest business from political advertising analyst and commentator and founder of politicaladvertising.co.uk
TED speaker, FT Part Time Power List-er and creative trailblazer, Amelia has been a fearless exponent of finding new models of creative working and has been at the forefront of the flexible working revolution
Fintech and finn whales – a dual specialism that makes Henry Burkitt a niche but surprisingly useful “phone a friend”. 12 years and counting as a city lawyer and founder of Kraken Travel.
SHARAN CHAGGAR KEMP
Head of Government News Planning at No. 10 Downing Street, Sharan is going to step off the frenetic treadmill (well it is a Sunday) and share her favourites news stories of the day on our paper review panel.
Author of “Hack Yourself” explores what we as humans can learn from Silicon Valley startups. Discover how adopting a hacking mentality can unlock your hidden potential to make huge strides in self-development, at lightning pace.
The charismatic inventor of Pure Milk Vodka. His family background in farming and cheese making are, of course, reflected in the Black Cow process. The world’s oldest surviving family of cheddar makers, the Barber family have been making cheese and producing milk for over 200 years.
Louise is head of Design Management at Musto. Working alongside Zara Phillips to design her eventing range and kitting out GB’s Olympic Equestrian Team to sustain medal-winning performances. Louise understands more than anyone the need to blend technical performance and looking sharp.
T-Bone is an all-round legend, master storyteller and tailor. Starting out as a tailor for the military, he has conducted many a fitting upon a Naval Destroyer before moving into ‘civi’ suits for popstars of the 60s.
Alice cut her cloth with British heritage brands, Gieves and Hawkes and Burberry. She is passionate about the art of tailoring and not only sustaining but growing British fashion manufacturing.
Working to help art genii such as Anish Kapoor, Damien Hirst and the Chapman Brothers realise their creative visions. Art creator Rich has helped to produce some of the most prized and controversial pieces of modern art.
Art advisor Julia offers a range of client focused services that help people navigate the contemporary art world. These include sourcing or commissioning art for individuals and companies, managing art collections and providing a members and events programme for people who want to learn more about art and the art market.
Local photographer who will be leading a walk at golden hour. Alexa is a strong believer that the best camera is the one you have with you. So if you only have your trusted smartphone she can still teach you some nifty tricks to capture the light and the memories.
Tom and his family own Maydencroft Manor Native Breeds Farm, just a mile down the road. Their innovative yet traditional approach to conservation farming creates very special tasting beef. Their Longhorn Cattle have been described by chef John Torode as “a success story, having put heart and soul into preserving the pure breed”
Founder of Bumblebee Collective and immensely thankful to each and every person on this page (and those amazing people behind the scenes) for helping make this weird and wonderful idea a reality.
Behind every good woman and a bonkers idea is a good man, and a good gang of friends. James is Managing Director of Anglian Country Inns, The Farmhouse is their latest project. It has been a labour of love restoring this amazing farmhouse. At the centre of everything is the food and an ethos to do things sustainably, something which he will explore on the ‘Food for thought’ panel.