In 1984, having scandalised the art world, outraged the music scene and been branded one of the “wreckers of civilisation” by a Tory MP, Cosey Fanni Tutti did something even more shocking. She moved from inner-city London to rural north Norfolk.
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis speaks to Neil of Hadleigh-based Gin Punch about how gin has risen from the ashes to become the UK’s best-loved spirit
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