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Woman's Weekly

Woman's Weekly 19-May-2020

Published by TI Media Limited 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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A welcome tonic While the whole country remains in lockdown, there has been one blessing – and that has been, surprisingly, the Great British weather. Just when we really needed it to be warm and sunny, it actually happened! In fact, it could be the warmest April in over 350 years, and it arrived just in time – so we could all enjoy a little time outside, be it on a balcony, in a garden or even a walk outdoors. As both of my girls (aged 8 and 11) are also at home, we’ve been insisting on a daily family walk to keep them exercising. It’s not always been a popular decision, but the sun on our faces for a few minutes a day has really been a welcome tonic!…

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Spreading their wings The majestic osprey may have been driven to extinction in England for around 150 years, but since being successfully reintroduced to Central England in 1996 after their numbers grew in Scotland, they’re going from strength to strength. As one of the few birds to nest in the same location year after year in spring, there are close to 300 breeding pairs in the UK, including those known as Blue 35 (female) and White YW (male). Having returned for the seventh year to their home in Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve, we can’t wait to see how many young they raise in 2020. View the Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s webcams to watch their progress at cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk THE SHOW GOES ON Missing going to live theatre? Award-winning theatre company Headlong has announced a new…

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handcraft something extra special

YOU WILL NEED ✣ Origami paper ✣ Pencil ✣ Ruler ✣ Scissors ✣ String ✣ Glue ✣ Craft masking tape ✣ White paper ✣ A4 pale blue card 1 Draw and cut out two paper kites measuring 6cm and 7cm each in length. Fold the kites from opposite corner to corner to create creases. 2 Cut two 10cm lengths of string and glue to the backs of the paper kites. Stick three strips of craft tape to each length of string and snip into bow-tie shapes. 3 Fold a sheet of pale blue card in half. Draw and cut out three white paper clouds measuring 6cm in length. Stick the clouds to the front of the folded card. Place the kites on top and stick them in place.…

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what you’re wearing

TAYMA ALLIES, 62 Tell us about your look I’d say my style is colourful chic! I love browsing online at The Outnet for my favourite designers – it has amazing discounts. My cardigan is by Tory Burch, trousers by Pucci, and my top and shoes are from M&S. My bag Is River Island and my sunglasses are Dolce & Gabbana. And the best bit of your body? My long legs. EMMA EDWARDS, 45 Tell us about your look I have a bit of a thing about stars, so when I saw this dress it was love at first sight! It’s from Very – the online store. They often have gorgeous, original pieces. As well as the fab star print, I love the style of this dress, with its tie neck and floaty shape. It’s so easy to…

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‘i bless my mum every day’

For many people, the recent lockdown has been very challenging, but Nigel Havers has confessed he couldn’t be happier, as it means he’s been spending lots of time with his wife of 13 years, Georgiana Bronfman. With a chuckle, the 68-year-old actor says, ‘I actually said to her about two months ago, “I’ve been working back to back, I’d love to have a break,” and she said, “Well, you might get one, you never know,” and here we are!’ Nigel and Georgiana wed three years after his second wife, Polly Williams, died from ovarian cancer in 2004, aged 54. Georgiana was a mutual friend and Nigel has spoken about how she comforted him through his grief. He adds, ‘Lockdown has been great. We are very close, we love being on our own together,…

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the joy of crafting

The jewellery-maker Lee Foster-Wilson, 38, from Cornwall, started crafting jewellery in a crisis. I discovered crafting in Christmas 2005, when I stencilled drawings onto T-shirts for friends. It went down so well, I thought I could earn extra while working in a call centre, and I taught myself to make jewellery from beads too. Then, my brother, a racing-car driver, was in an accident. Mum went to his side and I looked after her animals at our family home in Cornwall. Fortunately, my brother made a full recovery and, as I’d given up my job, I decided to try to earn a living doing what I loved. ‘I earn a living doing what I love’ In 2009, I joined Etsy, selling enamelled jewellery and accessories inspired by the changing of the seasons. I incorporate words…