26th May 2020
Following on from the successful ‘Thrings Meets’ series, ‘Thrings Eats’ celebrates the businesses, groups and organisations that put food at the heart of Hampshire.
The project is being run by Thrings in support of the Countryside Education Trust (CET), the charity which aims to help children and adults learn about, understand and care for the countryside.
This month Sue Cornall, a legal director in Thrings’ Residential Property team, speaks to Jo Colman – a member of the Colman’s mustard family – about how a mission to bring a long-lost herb back to England grew into a business with a uniquely minty ﬂavour.
Click here to read Hampshire Life’s article in full.