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Woman's Weekly 09-Mar-2021

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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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Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Future Publishing Ltd
Frequency:
Weekly
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51 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
hello!

A Cornish lifetime After their marriage, my parents’ first holiday together was to Cornwall – it was 1953 and a real leap in the dark, staying at a tiny run-down cottage in Lanreath belonging to someone’s aunt. It rained constantly for the first three days and, with no car, they had only the local buses to get around. Going to the cinema in Looe, they had to leave early to catch the last bus… only to discover the driver always ignored the timetable and waited for the credits to roll before he drove off! But they fell in love with the county that year, and it was a love that lasted a lifetime. I inherited that love, and if you feel the same, do have a look at page 10.…

1 min.
3 of the best... cornish oddities

THE CHEESEWRING This celebrated tor on Bodmin Moor seems to defy physics – a pile of weathered granite slabs, the larger ones at the top. CARN EUNY A well-preserved Iron Age village, it has a stone-walled underground passage called a fogou, but no one knows why. GWENNAP PIT John Wesley preached at this natural amphitheatre near Redruth. Its 12 ‘rings’ can seat 1,500 people, but it never fills with water! COVER PHOTO AND PHOTOS ON THIS PAGE: ANTHONY HARVEY/SHUTTERSTOCK, ALAMY, BARRY MARSDEN, MAJA SMEND…

1 min.
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6 min.
good to share

Look out for lambs, a special night sky – and don’t forget Mother’s Day! Look out for baby lambs Get into the spirit of spring by spotting newborn lambs as they gambol through fields. Every year, 16 million ewes give birth around the UK. Grazing sheep play a vital role in maintaining meadows by keeping weeds at bay, so ensuring wild flowers thrive. You’ll find them in National Trust grounds across the UK, from piebald Jacob sheep in Devon to rare Portland lambs born with russet red coats in Derbyshire. Search places to see lambs in your area at nationaltrust.org.uk ADORABLE ANIMATRONICS Know an elderly person who’s in need of company? A ‘robo pet’ could be the ideal low-maintenance lockdown friend. Choose from comforting cats or appealing puppies, all with soft, strokable fur and…

1 min.
3 jobs to do in the garden

1 Sew herbs indoors Create a kitchen garden by sowing fennel and dill seeds under cover. Direct sow chervil, sage and chives, and bed in pots of thyme, mint and rosemary. 2 Plant for pollinators Give insects a helping hand by introducing spring-flowering plants. Wild cherry trees, blackthorns, grape hyacinths sarcococca and forsythia (left), are all nectar-rich. 3 Clean your greenhouse Now is a good time to thoroughly clean your greenhouse. Empty out all plants and pressure-wash both inside and out in readiness for busy springtime planting.…

1 min.
letter of the week

NEEDLE THERAPY I had a stroke last January. Soon after, I joined a local young stroke group and we now meet via Zoom. In June I noticed another member knitting – so I thought, if she could knit, then so can I. Then, late last year, I spotted a lovely long cardigan pattern in Woman’s Weekly and decided to knit it as a challenge. Here is a photo of the completed cardigan – I had enough wool left over to knit a hat, mitts and a long scarf. Thank you for helping in my recovery. Ardene Smyth, Belfast…