Welcome to From Plate to Page

Are you:

  • a food blogger who has been blogging for a while and feels stuck in a creative rut?

  • happy with your writing but feel your photography needs work - or vice versa?

  • tired of attending traditional format conferences where you are one of dozens of bloggers simply listening and taking notes ?

If so, then From Plate to Page is what you need!

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Welcome to our new look

"He who rejects change is the architect of decay."


So said Harold Wilson, former British Prime Minister.  Wise words, but not always easy advice to follow.  All change comes at a cost: disruption, time, effort, frustration, upheaval - but more often than not after all the dust has settled we look back in satisfaction at the changes we have made, whether this be in our relationships, our homes... or our websites.

They say a change is as good as a holiday, and if that is the case, our From Plate to Page website looks as if it has just come back from two weeks in the Bahamas.  Because, you see, the Plate to Page team have been quietly working behind the scenes and we are now proud to welcome you to the completely revamped From Plate to Page website and unveil our gorgeous new logo!




As you can see, we have been busy bees, putting together a website that we think will better serve your needs and make things easier to find that they were previously.  On the site, you will find everything you need to know about Plate to Page:  from who we are, to what our past workshops were like, to details about our forthcoming workshop in Ireland.  For your viewing pleasure, we have added a section of quotes by previous participants to help you decide whether Plate to Page is for you, and we are still going to have regular guest posts from talented writers and photographers that we admire.* 

We have also been hard at work on the Ireland workshop coming up in Spring 2013 and soon we'll be introducing our new sponsors. Although we have not yet officially opened registrations, you can fill out a pre-registration form for free which entitles you to advance notice before registrations officially open.  In the meantime, have a look at the wonderful accommodation and programme that we have arranged for the Ireland workshop, or read about how much fun we had at the Somerset workshop in Spring 2012 to get an idea of whether you might want to attend a future Plate to Page workshop.  

So do feel free to have a look around the site and to keep up to date with all the latest Plate to Page news, remember to subscribe to our RSS feed, "Like" our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter.

We look forward to welcoming you to our next From Plate to Page workshop in Ireland!

Please note that we are in the process of redirecting our www.platetopage.com address from the old website to this one, but it may take a couple of days.  If you have bookmarked the .com address you can leave it as it is - but to be sure of finding our new site rather than the old one during the transition period, please use http://platetopage.blogspot.com instead.

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