Fera AGM: 2022
We don't do Annual Reports, Financial Statements, or Annual General Meeting notices. At Fera we do something much better: the Annual General Movie. Here's a review of our first year alive on this planet, and we are not gonna lie, it was a great year.
Surf and Turf
We spent the day scaling the North Devon coastal rocks in a high wind before we clambering down to an undisclosed and remote cove to ride a wave and cook up afternoon tea over the fire. All while a storm loomed overhead. We wouldn't want it any other way.
The Fera Fete
To celebrate turning one year old we teamed up with the Pembroke Arms in Wilton and hosted our own village fête, the original rural rave.
For many of us Brits, the after-work pint is a crucial moment of meditation, a comma (or two) between the working day and what happens after. For Declan and Sidney, the founders of Fera, it marks the end of work on a regular basis, the only problem is, the chosen route to their local can sometimes prove a little too distracting.
The Smuggler's Wilderness
Fera headed up to North Norfolk to join the Coastal Exploration Company. We took their restored mussel and whelk sailboats out on a wild spring day to sail the old smuggling routes through the wild salt marshes. The CEC are the only crew today who can navigate through the narrow marshes, sometimes in only half a foot of water.
Cooking in the Wild with Thomas Straker
We sent chef Thomas Straker out to an island, armed with only his cooking equipment and some Fera gear, to cook up a feast over fire.