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Woman's Weekly

Woman's Weekly 26-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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United Kingdom
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English
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TI-Media
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Weekly
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1 min.
hello!

This blessed plot You could list many reasons to love this country. The resilience, determination and kind-heartedness of its people (well demonstrated over the last few weeks), the breathtaking physical beauty to be found all across the nation from Muckle Flugga in the Shetland Islands to Bishops Rock, west of the Isles of Scilly, or the rich cultural heritage created from Great Britain and Ireland that has changed and enriched the world. But one of my personal favourite things about these islands is our adorably illogical love of old or quirky places and objects. Discover a few new oddities we’ve decided are worth preserving on page 10.…

5 min.
good to share

Perfect peonies If you’re looking for a gorgeous show of early summer colour in your garden, look no further than RHS Chelsea gold medal award-winning nursery and peony specialists Primrose Hall Peonies. Based in Bedfordshire, they have the largest selection of rare and unusual varieties available to buy in the UK. There’s never been a better time to support British businesses and enjoy the beauty of these special blooms. Visit primrosehallpeonies.co.uk BIRD WATCHING With the arrival of the warmer weather comes the nesting season of native birds as well as those returning after a winter in sunnier countries. The 10 British birds that can be most easily spotted are the robin, goldfinch, pied wagtail and chaffinch, with the green woodpecker, jay (below) and wren deemed ‘trickier to track’ by researchers at Swarovski Optik.…

2 min.
what you’re wearing

BEV PATMAN, 47 Tell us about your look I’m trying to be a more conscientious buyer and making pieces in my wardrobe work harder with items I already have. I bought this floral dress from H&M last year. My sandals are Topshop and my bag is Mulberry – my forever handbag! And the best bit of your body? I’m totally happy in my own skin. AMANDA QUERIOZ, 31 Tell us about your look I bought this trouser suit at Zara in Brazil. I’ve had the white lace cami for a while – I figured a simple top would work best. I love the floral print – it does get you noticed! It feels quite relaxed with trainers – these were a present. My tan bag is from River Island. And the best bit of your body? My eyes –…

3 min.
‘i never want to leave strictly!’

He brings his own special brand of fun and magic to the dance floor in BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing – and the fans’ favourite Anton Du Beke, who has been in the original line-up of the show’s professional dancers since the series started in 2004 – will be back when the series returns later this year. Anton says, ‘I have such a wonderful feeling of pride that I’ve been on Strictly since the beginning with Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and Tess Daly. ‘I still have such a great enthusiasm for it. I absolutely love Strictly. For me, every year is a new show, a new partner and a new experience. I never want to leave.’ ‘I believe you can achieve anything if you focus on itÕ Often playing it for laughs with comedic…

3 min.
our quirky treasures

Dotted throughout our land are buildings and sites that tell the history of our country – of who we are and where we’ve come from as a nation. Visiting these sites, as well as working and living among them, can bring history to life. It’s important to preserve them. Historic England protects more than 400,000 sites. Last year, more than 500 places were added to the National Heritage List. Listing is where spots of historical or architectural significance are identified, highlighting what’s important, and making sure any changes don’t result in their loss. Battlefields, monuments, gardens, fountains, signposts and even shipwrecks are included too. ✣ Find out more at historicengland.org.uk Liverpool Piazza Fountain Known locally as the ‘Bucket Fountain’, it was made in the late 1960s and is the only surviving example of a water sculpture by…

4 min.
15 ways to get stronger bones

Get gardening Just 20 minutes a day outside is all you need to keep your vitamin D levels topped up. Sunshine on unprotected skin is the best way to get this vitamin, which your body uses to absorb calcium to make bones hard and strong. And the activity of gardening is great for keeping bones healthy. Just make sure you don’t burn. Go easy on the wine Excessive alcohol consumption raises your risk of osteoporosis, falls and fractures. Try to stay below the recommended limit of 14 units a week – with no more than three units in one day. Take a supplement Think you may not be getting enough of bone-strengthening vitamin D? The Department of Health recommends taking a 10 microgram supplement a day if you have limited sun exposure (if you live…