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Janet Harrison, organiser of the annual Fizz Festival and founder of Cracking Wines, recounts her experience inside the wine tasting room at The Co-op head office in Manchester and shares her pick of the tipples on offer.Read the full story..
What’s it like to make a short film and how do you snag top-flight actors? Janet Harrison is founder of COFILMIC, a Northern-based comedy network which aims to discover and nurture new comedy talent across film, TV and the web. Producer of the award-winning short film, Tea Time in Haworth, Janet writes for Northern Soul (and we show the film at the end of this article).Read the full story..
A new Northern wine events company aims to challenge the stuffy image of wine and take a modern approach to tasting events and wine fairs. Janet Harrison, owner of Cracking Wine, writes for Northern Soul about the company’s origins and where the business is heading.Read the full story..
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