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Woman's Weekly 23-Jun-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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1 min.
hello!

Like a biscuit with that? Sometimes it’s the little things in life that make a difference. A wave from a neighbour across the street, beautiful blooms on a kerbside rose bush as you amble by, or just a cup of tea and a biscuit really lift your spirits. I love the cuppa and bicky pick-me-up – it has a long and noble history in Britain and Ireland, though personally, when I say biscuit, what I greedily mean is at least two and probably three. But surprisingly, our delight in biscuits long predates the arrival of tea to our islands, and I’m proud to say that, perhaps more than any other country, we’ve led the world in creating irresistible varieties. Find out more on page 10.…

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Why not subscribe now to Woman’s Weekly and get six issues for just £1!* Visit womansweeklysubs.co.uk/54AW *When paying by UK Direct Debit. After six issues, your payments will then continue every three months at £12.49, saving 27% on the full price of £17.25. Offer open to new subscribers only. The price is guaranteed for the first 12 months and we will notify you in advance of any price changes. Final closing date is 30 September 2020. ✣ For enquiries and overseas rates, please email help@magazinesdirect.com. For full terms and conditions, please visit magazinesdirect.com/terms…

4 min.
good to share

Pricey puppies, theatre gold – and a royal name change Tuning into nature Do you know a talented young musician aged 16 to 29? The search is on for a piece of original music for the Tune Into Nature Music Prize – a collaboration between Yorkshire Sculpture Park, the Nature Connectedness Research Group at the University of Derby, musician Sam Lee, Selfridges, and Tileyard London. The winner will get a £1,000 grant and a professional remix with Tileyard London. Selected entries will be broadcast through all Selfridges stores over a weekend in autumn. Closing date for entries is 31 July. Visit ysp.org.uk THE SHOW GOES ON Actor Nigel Havers has announced the creation of The Nigel Havers Theatre Company, which will launch with Noel Coward’s Private Lives. Havers plays Elyot to Patricia Hodge’s Amanda.…

1 min.
what you’re wearing

PATRICIA PASTOR, 46 Tell us about your look I’m a fan of neutral colours, and you can’t beat the classic combination of jeans and a white top. My camel blazer is from Zara and I chose accessories in brown tones to complete my look – including this gorgeous jewel buckle belt from nonabcn.com And the best bit of your body? My eyes. EMMA PATON, 39 Tell us about your look I bought this statement green silk Rixo dress from one of my favourite independent websites, studiobfashion.com. I love the strong colour and smocking. It’s both fitted and floaty, and feels very feminine. I’ve teamed it with summery accessories – a shell necklace, tan espadrilles and a fan-shaped clutch bag. And the best bit of your body? My legs. CHETNA PATEL, 46 Tell us about your look I am a big fan of…

3 min.
‘my glass is always half full’

‘Lockdown has taught me that I don’t need lots of stuff, but I do need people’ TV presenter Lorraine Kelly has proved her status as a national treasure during the past few months of lockdown, keeping us smiling with her uplifting appearances on Good Morning Britain. Now she is smiling herself, positively beaming, as she tells us that her and her husband Steve Smith’s beloved daughter Rosie, who turned 26 earlier this month, has recently returned to the UK after living and working in Singapore for the past four years. Lorraine, 60, says, ‘We were worried because she was so far away, but then, we’ve all been missing our families. ‘The experience has been great for her, the travelling she’s done, and the friends she’s made. ‘You have to let your children go, let them…

3 min.
great biscuits of britain

Whether we’re dipping them in a cuppa or crunching them at teatime, we love our biscuits in Britain, and eat around 420,000 tons of them each year! So here we’re touring the country to celebrate some of our favourite traditional and regional varieties – prepare to feel peckish… SCOTTISH SHORTBREAD originated in the 12th century. It developed from ‘biscuit bread’ – a type of rusk made from leftover bread dough – and was originally a special treat for celebrations. It can be made as a large circle cut into segments, individual rounds or a rectangle cut into fingers. EMPIRE BISCUITS consist of two round Scottish shortbreads sandwiched with raspberry jam, iced and decorated with a glace cherry on top. They’re based on Austrian ‘Linzer’ biscuits, but you can buy them today decorated…