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Christmas Gifts for Her and Gifts for Him

Christmas Gifts for Her and Gifts for Him

Posted 27 October 2017   |   883 views Christmas
Great British Food's Pomegranate & Chocolate Cake

Great British Food's Pomegranate & Chocolate Cake

Posted 23 October 2017   |   782 views If you visit Morocco in autumn you will notice fresh pomegranates wherever you go. The beautiful seeds are eaten after a meal, squeezed for a refreshing drink, or scattered, jewel like, over sweet and savoury dishes. This fantastic cake uses tangy pomegranate molasses in the base and the vibrant ruby red seeds are scattered over the top to add a pop of colour and refreshing bite.
Grow Your Own Peaches and Nectarines

Grow Your Own Peaches and Nectarines

Posted 16 October 2017   |   1195 views Read this guide from Grow Your Own magazine for advice on growing your own peach and nectarine trees with abundant yields. Peaches have fluffier hairy skins while nectarines are smooth and slightly more difficult to cultivate. However, despite the differences between the two they share many of the same growing requirements, which also means they can be affected by the same kinds of pests and diseases.
Touring France in a motorhome

Touring France in a motorhome

Posted 13 October 2017   |   1298 views Take to the quiet roads of rural France and explore at your own pace in a motorhome
Baking Heaven's Banoffee Loaf

Baking Heaven's Banoffee Loaf

Posted 05 October 2017   |   1117 views Brought to you by Baking Heaven, this Banoffee Loaf is just the sweet treat you're looking for. It's sure-fire family hit, here’s how to make the most of this delicious Banoffee Loaf...
Did your ancestor leave a will?

Did your ancestor leave a will?

Posted 02 October 2017   |   1848 views For non-family historians, the appeal of a long-lost relative’s will is that they might find themselves a beneficiary. But for us, wills can provide an invaluable collection of names, relationships and clues to family members from times gone by. June Terrington examines this rich collection of records
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Failsafe fingering

Posted 02 October 2017   |   780 views In answer to a reader’s question, Graham Fitch addresses the complex subject of how to find fingering that works for you
Glasgow Museums’ collection  of Anchor Line posters

Glasgow Museums’ collection of Anchor Line posters

Posted 02 October 2017   |   1054 views Emily Malcolm, Curator of Transport & Technology, explores a colourful collection of historic travel posters, which convey the excitement of world travel in years gone by
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King George VI 1939 2s 6d brown

Posted 02 October 2017   |   806 views A fact file and condensed history of an affordable classic; and why, as a beginner, you should add at least one example to your stamp collection
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Lift your chances

Posted 02 October 2017   |   805 views Be ready for your sixty-second chance to shine with Adrian Magson’s pitch correction
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