Freelance journalist and media consultant Alice Whitehead set up Wonderland Freelance almost 20 years ago.

As a writer, editor and sub-editor, she specialises in writing about food and drink, gardening, allotments, health and wellbeing and green and sustainable living.

She’s launched and edited several food magazines and contributed to numerous national and local publications and websites.

She currently writes a monthly gardening column for Vegetarian Living, and previously contributed regularly to Great British Food magazine and to the iVillage website.

Her work has also appeared in the Spectator’s food supplement Scoff and regularly in Taste magazine.

You can hear Alice on her monthly grow-your-own slot on BBC Radio Northampton, and see her giving gardening and growing advice in her regular vlogs on GardenTags

Alice provides experienced editing and sub-editing services to a range of publications, clients and agencies. She’s also available to write attention grabbing PR and marketing material.

Alongside her journalism, Alice provides traditional and digital media consultancy. She has advised on digital and social media strategy for several national clients and has provided social media management for numerous clients of all sizes – generating and managing effective social media content across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.

She is based in Northampton, in the East Midlands, UK, and alongside her writing has helped run an award winning school garden club, tends two allotments and has been the driving force behind a successful local campaign to save street trees in Northampton.

A third-generation gardener, she’s still not sure if she’s happiest wielding a spade or a pen!

You can find example of her freelance writing in her online portfolio – which includes features published in national magazines on a range of subjects including gardening, health, fitness, wellbeing and food.

Alice also tweets at @allotmentalice and regularly posts pictures of her own garden and allotment, plus anything else which catches her eye as allotmentalice on Instagram