Gardening: Plant Hunters Article – February/March 19

Sow Unusual by Martin Blow

It’s such fun to have something exotic in your garden to draw envious looks from your gardening friends. It’s even better when the plants are hardy perennials grown from seed at a fraction of the cost of full grown plants. […]

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Health Column – February/March 19

Finding Love and Fixing Heartbreak

Valentine’s Day means love is in the air, and research shows we’re generally healthier, happier and live longer if we’re in a relationship.

Yet break-ups can be devastating both during and after. So how can we start again and survive a split while remaining mentally healthy? […]

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Money Matters – February/March 19

Spring Clean Your Finances for a Richer 2019

Spring is the season when we give our homes a good clean and tidy up, so why not do the same with your finances? There are many ways to take control of your financial life, and the majority of them are so easy it’s worth looking at all the possibilities. […]

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Dream Doors – February/March 19

Ex-Engineer Opens New Kitchen Showroom

Ex-engineer, David Parr, has found the recipe for success by opening a kitchen showroom. […]

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Citizens Advice Bureau Column – February/March 19

Smart Meters – is now the right time?

It is widely recognised that most households pay too much for their domestic energy. Consumer organisations believe one solution to this is to regularly switch supplier. […]

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Book Review – February/March 19

Books To Get You Talking

This month’s books are perfect for discussing at your book club, dissecting over dinner and chatting about on social media. […]

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Bits and Bobs Column – February/March 19

The Fountain of Youth by Bob Garlick

I reckon I was in my early fifties and, although being predominantly dark haired, I had started to go grey at the temples and more obviously, had developed a grey streak running through the middle of my hair. I kept looking but shied away from those ‘get rid of the grey’ products but was always tempted to try. […]

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Beauty Article – February/March 19

Winter Saviours by Kate Duggan

If your skin is feeling the drying effects of central heating, or you’re just in need of a winter pick-me-up, we may have the answer. […]

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Baking Recipe Oatmeal and Raisin Cookies – February/March 19

Oatmeal and Raisin Cookies

If you fancy a batch of home-made cookies at the weekend then try this quick recipe. They will keep for 3-4 days in an airtight container. […]

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Blue Daisy Garden Diary – February/March 19

Good Bones – Structure in the Garden by Nicki Jackson

If you’ve been looking out at a garden that gives you very little to hold your interest, it’s likely it could do with a serious injection of ‘structure’. […]

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