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Woman's Weekly


Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Loved and trusted in equal measure, Woman's Weekly has been the market-leading womens weekly magazine since it was launched 100 years ago.Packed full of inspiring, helpful and useful ideas and information for women who are the heart of their homes and families, it offers a unique mix of practical, compelling and up-to-the minute content.

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Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns’. George Eliot understood the joys and promise of this time of year – the stunning colours, cosy fires and hearty cooking, when newly enveloped in scarves and woollens, we look forward to Christmas celebrations on the horizon. Like Eliot, I love this time of year – the US still uses the old-English name ‘fall’, which describes it well – and if you do too, I hope you’ll also enjoy our warming cookery on page 26, knitting on page 47 or, planning ahead, our Christmas gift guide on page 38. MAKING HAY I love books so I’ve always wanted to go to Hay-on-Wye – which is full of…

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come on inside!

Look what I made! I’ve just finished making this from the 5 March 2019 issue. I had to change the design slightly to fit my machine, but I think it turned out great! Sue Macartney, NSW Australia Lovely memory The short story On the Scrapheap by Claire Buckle, about a car called Bessie [13 August], brought back a memory for me. Bessie was the nickname given to my mum’s blue Morris Minor by members of the local Film and Video Society when my mother lent them the car for a movie they were making. Mum had Bessie until 1987, when we moved to an area where we could manage without a car. Bessie was transferred to my sister in Scotland. A friend of my sister’s sorted out some mechanical problems, and eventually took her over.…

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in the garden this week

✿ TIDY BORDERS by pulling up spent bedding plants and putting them in the compost bin. Remove supports and dead stems and foliage from herbaceous perennials. Leave any plants with striking seedheads, such as ornamental onions (above), for autumn interest. ✿ CLEAR UP and dispose of fallen rose leaves if your plants have been infected by blackspot disease. Clean up the plants by reducing them by a third, removing weak stems. Wipe the blades of pruning tools with methylated spirits after every cut, to reduce the spread of infection. ✿ WHEN FROST blackens dahlias, cut back to about 15cm, then dig up and store in a cool, frost-free place over winter. After a couple of weeks, remove dried soil and dust with yellow sulphur to discourage mould. Then pack in a box…

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you wore it well

My wife’s and bridesmaids’ dresses and accessories were made by my aunt and given as a present. We went to San Sebastian, in Spain, for our honeymoon, catching a coach at Victoria in London. No cheap flights in those days! We’d love to see how great you looked in any era up to and including the 1980s. Please send a good-quality photo with your name, address and daytime phone number clearly written on the back, to: Fashion Dept, Woman’s Weekly, 161 Marsh Wall, London E14 9AP. Photos will be returned.…

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what you’re wearing

Jodie Hart, 54 Tell us about your look… I love long dresses worn with trainers or ankle boots. I bought this dress last summer from Topshop and the colour is perfect for autumn, too. My denim jacket came from M&S and my trainers are by Veja. My most recent buy is a fab winter floral print dress from La Redoute. My bag is Mulberry and was a present. And the best bit of your body? My top half! Veronica Jastrzebska, 65 Tell us about your look… My coat and my tunic top are from Zara. I love wearing a mix of classic colours such as cream, beige, black and tan, so this coat works with everything in my wardrobe. I like a casual yet elegant look. My joggers are Next. My scarf is Primark, my trainers are…

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we love

Home is where the heart is Protect your tabletops and kitchen work surfaces with this heart-shaped cast-iron trivet. It’s made from heat-resistant iron, making it the perfect place to rest hot saucepans and dishes when cooking, baking or dishing up. ✿ £9, dibor.co.uk Light a candle The evenings are getting darker, so add some sparkle to your home with this gorgeous tealight holder. ✿ £7, Tesco stores nationwide Get puzzling! Work your way around Britain with 40 of OS’s best regional maps, which has puzzles, navigational tests, word games, anagrams and mathematical conundrums to keep you occupied as you go! ✿ £14.99, ordnancesurvey.co.uk…