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Woman's Weekly 09-Apr-2019

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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United Kingdom
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English
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TI-Media
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please tell us your thoughts

Every so often we run a reader survey in Woman’s Weekly. We do this to ensure  we’re always bringing you the right mix of subjects, from intriguing fiction to delicious recipes and uplifting real-life stories. So this is your chance to help us shape your magazine! From pages 31 to 34, we have a four-page survey we’d love you to complete and send to us. And to encourage you to answer the questions, if you wish, we will enter your name into a prize draw where the winner can win £250 worth of vouchers to spend at Marks & Spencer. Please, make yourself a cup of tea, grab a pen and take a few minutes to help us! Editor-in-Chief catherine.westwood @ti-media.com Star style It’s…

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come on inside!

Favourite flower I adore anemones. My dad brought home a bunch in winter. He worked on the railway and it had been discarded from a consignment. It was a dark evening and the flowers looked like jewels.After many years, I’ve been successful in growing them in pots and still marvel at their dainty, pretty petals. Lynn Manning, Dagenham Crochet confusion Whenever I visit charity shops, I always look out for anything crochet for a crochet-mad friend. Having no success, on a recent search I asked the busy counter assistant in one such shop if they’d anything of the sort. The man nodded enthusiastically and quickly disappeared behind a curtain, only to return with a complete croquet set in a long…

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reader garden

John’s garden has hidden sculptures, plants and trees ✿ The hub of Jon Lissimore’s garden is the large patio of 1930s crazy paving, where friends and family gather for al fresco meals and get-togethers.Mature acers and shrubs in terracotta pots guard the entrance to the lawn area, which is surrounded by mature trees and shrubs that guarantee privacy.A favourite spot to linger is around the arbour and old pear tree, where climbers and shrub roses are set among hardy geraniums, scabious, penstemons, astrantia and salvias, which add colour and form.Jon maintains gardens for a living and is keen on the many varieties of herbaceous geraniums, as they provide excellent ground cover, with a long flowering season.Scattered throughout the garden are Jon’s sculptures and collections of curios, some…

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mini make place mats

Time to make: 30 mins (PHOTO: BARRY MARSDEN/TI-MEDIACONTENT.COM) YOU WILL NEED ✿ 28 x 40cm rectangle blue cotton fabric✿ Light weight iron-on interfacing✿ White pen or vanishing fabric marker✿ White sewing thread✿ Sewing machine✿ Scissors✿ Iron 1 FUSE interfacing to the wrong side of the blue cotton fabric, making sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions. 2 USING white pen or vanishing fabric marker, draw three wavy lines across the lower half of the fabric. 3 FOLLOWING the drawn on guidelines, stitch over the top in matching white thread and using three decorative stitches on your sewing machine. We’ve used a selection of satin stitches. 4 TURN THE EDGES of the place mat under by 1.5cm and press. Pin and topstitch all the way around, 1cm from the turned…

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get in touch

We love letters Woman’s Weekly, 161 Marsh Wall, London E14 9AP.PS It really helps when you put your details in capitals. We do not return photos (apart from You Wore It Well) so please do not send originals. Email us  womansweeklypostbag @ti-media.com Tell us your full name, address and daytime phone number, please Fancy a chat? Log on to facebook.com/ womansweekly We can’t wait to hear from you! …

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what you’re wearing

Abigail Heanly, 44 Tell us about your look… I love easy, modern classics in mostly neutral shades but I’ll often add a touch of colour. Today, I’m wearing a mac by Sandro and jeans from Mango. My cashmere sweater is by Demain DMN. I love this shade of turquoise. It just lifts your look! My boots are by Loeffler Randall and my bag is by Tory Burch. And the best bit of your body? My waist. You wore it well Jean Urquhart, 1957 Sent in by her daughter, Helen Harper This is my beautiful (late) mum ‘dressed up’ for an evening stroll at the Sunken Garden in Letham Glen, Leven, Fife. She wore a pale blue cotton dress with a…

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