Yesterday Goodstuff’s GBBO final tea party graced the office for another year to help raise money for the two charities we support; Alzheimer’s and Noah’s Ark. Our three finalists brought along the best bake of their lives in order to be crowned this year’s bake off champion. We even had an actual bake off finalist from last years GBBO series judging – we don’t do things by halves here at Goodstuff.


Some good stuff we’ve found this week:

Arguably one of the best campaigns of our time, Sport England’s This Girl Can, is back to inspire women from all walks of life to take up exercise, with a particular focus on how all sorts of exercise can fit into people’s lives.

If you get a chance to visit this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum, you should. You’ll be reminded just how beautiful and incredible our wildlife can be.

The Museum of English Rural Life provided some laughs recently – see how and why a young Richard Beale’s drawing of a chicken wearing trousers in a maths book from 1784 went viral.

Amazon Prime Video’s latest campaign, ‘Great Shows Stay With You’, showcases the immersive nature of binge-watching. The four 60-second spots capture the essence of our desire for more immersive home entertainment in this ‘staying in over going out’ age!

Ever thought about the invisible jobs of the internet? Like how it’s someones job to scan pages into Google Books? The ‘All I Know Is What’s On The Internet’ exhibition, which includes work by 11 artists, aims to visualize the enormous amount of human labour involved behind the scenes of the world wide web.

In this era of fake news and with brands in the transparency spotlight, the latest OOH campaign by Which? showcases the misleading possibilities of online reviews.

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