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Danielle Fox

is Health & Beauty Editor at Porter Magazine and Net A Porter and has been a beauty and health writer for 13 years, contributing to various international titles including Bazaar and Vogue. A wellbeing and fitness obsessive, Danielle has also recently qualified as a nutritionist.

Where do you find wild in the city?

“I’m lucky enough to live next to one of London’s most beautiful Royal parks, Bushy Park, which is famous for its herds of red and fallow deer that are left to roam free. Nothing is more invigorating (or surreal) than running alongside them!

Clemmie Fraser

started out as a freelance travel writer for Tatler, Country Life, The Evening Standard and Vanity Fair, before having too many children and converting to writing about gardening for The Lady and Gardenista. She lives between London and Gloucestershire with her husband, four children and a weird number of pets.

Where do you find wild in the city?

“I always think swimming in the Hampstead Ponds in winter must be an invigoratingly wild city activity. But alas I am too scared to go even in summer…. so, I fear that is never going to happen. I did go whizzing down the Thames in a speedboat the other day, which was surprisingly exhilarating.”

Benjamin Zephaniah

Benjamin Zephaniah is one of the world’s most celebrated dub poets. Since he began performing aged 11 in his hometown of Handsworth, Birmingham, he has gone on to achieve global success as a writer, not only for his numerous collections of poetry, but also novels, screenplays, stage plays and documentaries. He has released six reggae albums and was the first person to record with the Wailers after the death of Bob Marley; and you might also recognise him from his role as Jeremiah Jesus in Peaky Blinders (2013-2017).