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FROM THE EDITOR

Welcome to our Spring Travel magazine, in the last few weeks we have been experiencing the very best of weather, bringing welcome sunshine after the snow and cold weather of earlier months. This Bank Holiday wherever you live there is an opportunity to spend time outside, more and more urban areas are developing spaces where people can visit and enjoy being outside. There are so many beautiful coastal areas and countryside where people can enjoy the most inexpensive activity of all – walking. In this issue we celebrate The Great Outdoors, whether it is a weekend break, or you are planning a longer holiday this issue is packed with beautiful and uplifting opportunities. We also have inspiring interviews with: Julie Ringland, Managing Director of Coquet Cottages Ian Newman, co-owner of walking holiday specialist Footpath Holidays As well as a round up of the latest crafting books and our Beauty feature. We wish you a very relaxing Bank Holiday weekend! Cover and inside image credit: Abercrombie & Kent VIllas - www.akvillas.com Other images throughout the magazine supplied by the various companies, or publishers featured.

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Kaye Thorne // Editor in Chief

All information about products and services are supplied to us by the individual organizations, or agencies acting on their behalf. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that all information is accurate, it may be subject to change. Please check with individual organizations for the latest information about all events, products, or news items. Inclusion in this magazine does not imply endorsement by Hot Brands Cool Places. Hot Brands Cool Places does not accept responsibility for the content of any external site.


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Ian Newman, co-owner of walking holiday specialist: Footpath Holidays

Interviews Julie Ringland Managing Director, Coquet Cottages


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Creative Reads, Book Reviews

Celebrate the Great Outdoors

Features Get ready for Summer with our beauty round-up

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THURLESTONE HOTEL The Thurlestone Hotel has been owned and run by the Grose family since 1896. Thurlestone has grown year on year and is now a 65 bedroom, four star luxury hotel with extensive facilities set in 19 acres of landscaped gardens. As well as relaxing in the Voyage Spa, with its hydrotherapy pool, laconium and steam room, guests can book some serious pampering in the Decleor beauty rooms. The hotel is superbly family friendly: there are two children’s playrooms which feature an array of activities suitable for both teens and toddlers, The hotel offers a range of dining experiences. For those with a taste for the finer things in life, look no further than the Trevilder 2 AA Rosette Restaurant where the menu boasts locally-sourced food and offers a range of favourite regular dishes complemented by a daily changing selection of seasonal “market dishes”

www.thurlestone.co.uk


MULLION COVE Owned by the Grose family since 2006, the Mullion Cove Hotel is in a class of it’s own. For over 100 years, guests have enjoyed it’s character, hospitality and first-class service.Crashing waves and spectacular sea views. Elegant, inviting luxury rooms and apartments. Amazing food and friendly staff. These are just some of the reasons guests love Mullion Cove, one of the best and most romantic of hotels in Cornwall.

www.mullion-cove.co.uk


A & K VILLAS With an internet awash with villa rental possibilities, taking the keys to a family villa can be daunting. We work hard to make sure that our luxury villas and chalets meet your expectations.

www.akvillas.com www.akvillas.com/travel-interests/luxury-family-villas.cfm


NEW ZEALAND IN DEPTH “Your recommendations of where to go and what to see and do, and who to stay with were spot on every time…” New Zealand is our complete passion and we are committed to sharing our knowledge and experience of the country to create the best possible holiday experiences, whether you are visiting for a few days or a few months. Achieving this requires more than good destination knowledge, it is all about listening to you to understand your interests and what you need from us and caring about the experience you will have. It is about personal service and personal connections. Based in England with trusted partners on the ground in New Zealand, we have been creating personalised New Zealand holidays since 2003.

www.newzealand-indepth.co.uk


COASTAL COTTAGES Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire have over 500 cosy, family and dog friendly cottages nestled along the Pembrokeshire Coastline, which provide a perfect location from which to discover the beauty of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. A unique concierge service enables you to add those extra special touches to your holiday from hampers on arrival to in-cottage private dining to ensure its memorable! To Book Call 01437 765765

www.coastalcottages.co.uk


CARBIS BAY HOLIDAYS Carbis Bay Holidays specialise in luxury 4 & 5 star self catering accommodation in St Ives and Carbis Bay, they are proud to offer a selection of over 150 properties. Short breaks available. enquiries@carbisbayholidays.co.uk 01736 630015

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Julie Ringland

Managing Director, Coquet Cottages What inspired you to set up Coquet Cottages? In 1998 I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to buy a holiday cottage in gorgeous village of Warkworth, Northumberland. Initially, my intentions were to operate the cottage as a sideline hobby whilst my 2 (now adult) children were still young, however my love for Northumberland and providing high quality holidays quickly grew. I now run a thriving business providing tailor-made holidays in 109 luxury holiday cottages all across Northumberland, alongside my husband Mark, my daughter Stephanie and a close-knit team of 4 passionate individuals. Living only an hour away from our first holiday cottage it became the perfect retreat for us to escape from day to day life, as well as providing holidays to couples looking for a quiet retreat. 12


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Interview After a year or so, I decided to invest in another holiday cottage next door, and after 7 years this grew to a portfolio of 6. At the time, I was letting with another local agent, but as managing my 6 properties was fast becoming a fulltime job that I loved, that’s when I founded Coquet Cottages which has enabled me and my team to carry on our passion to other individuals looking to let our their holiday homes for others to enjoy. From 1998 I have seen Northumberland develop and thrive throughout everything it has faced, to create the gorgeous county it is today. Some of the cottages we list today are still owned by myself & my family, some are owned by close personal friends but we all share the same ethos and values, with extremely high standards.

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How has your business grown and developed?

We are so lucky that our business has grown so much based on word of mouth due to our excellent standard of accommodation and the service we provide. We pride ourselves in and have a fantastic reputation for offering a first-class customer experience and looking after our loyal customers. From my very first holiday cottage, I went on to own 6 in total, sold 1 and now the 7th creation is currently a work in progress! We began and are currently based in the village of Warkworth but our portfolio extends to (currently) 109 gorgeous cottages peppered all across Northumberland. Despite the properties expanding, we have a main core focus; to ensure our guests have an excellent holiday.


What are your hopes and ambitions for the future? I am sure my team will agree with me that our hope is that the Coquet Cottages brand continues to grow. We would hope to be nationally recognized as the leading luxury holiday cottage brand in Northumberland, but have no intentions at the moment to spread into any other counties. We know our county and would rather stick to what we know best. We are currently looking at expanding our portfolio and meeting our current owners to receive their feedback on what they think we can be doing to improve our services.

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Cragside! This amazing house and estate never ceases to amaze me, despite visiting more times than I can count. I’m always in awe of how beautiful and well-preserved the house is, and how the legacy of Lord Armstrong is so apparent in all areas of the house and estate. The rest of the estate is just idyllic too, with the vast lake, walks and trails around the gardens – you’ll be mesmerized by the multitude of rhododendrons around the estate, bursting with colour. The National Trust have put so much care and attention into restoring this beautiful piece of history. Away from work, what do you do to relax? We luckily live just 10 minutes away on foot from magnificent Warkworth beach, and I love nothing more than taking our gorgeous Great Dane, Gracie for a long walk up there. At one end you can see Amble harbour and at the other end the ‘balamory’ style houses in Alnmouth. Its about a 4 mile walk all round so we’ve always worked up an appetite on a Sunday morning by the time we’re back! Our Sunday treat is heading to the dog-friendly boutique café, Bertrams, in Warkworth Village. They have a sun terrace open in the warmer months and 2 original woodburning stoves for the winter. I’m a vegetarian and their choice of breakfasts, lunches and sweets treats are just amazing. Our favourite amongst the team is the lemon and courgette cake. One word – heaven!

For visitors new to your area what would be your recommended places to visit? I personally highly recommend visiting the iconic & breathtaking Bamburgh Castle. Each time I visit I fall in love with it a little more, especially when the sun beams off the red stone. The village is full of history and charm, as well as being home to the coastal heroine, Grace Darling with a museum to commemorate her life. The village is gorgeous too, with a fantastic selection of pubs and restaurants given the size of the village! If you’re a foodie, I’d recommend a trip to Bamburgh. If the country is more your thing, a visit to Cragside is a must. Rothbury (just a mile down the road) is a gorgeous country village with a great sense of community spirit. www.coquetcottages.co.uk


BAILEYS In this beautiful coastal location right at the entrance to Chichester Harbour and within easy reach of the Cathedral City of Chichester and Goodwood with the world famous ‘Glorious Goodwood’ horse racing, ‘Festival of Speed’ and ‘Revival’. Baileys offer a wide selection of self-catered properties, many situated directly overlooking the beach

www.baileys.uk.com/holiday-lettings


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NUMBER ONE DART MARINA

Number One Dart Marina is an exquisite home in a breath-taking location by the River Dart in Dartmouth, Devon. A stunning combination of views, luxury and style, within a few steps of Dart Marina Hotel & Spa

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SKI SOLUTIONS Ski Solutions is a tailor-made ski tour operator and travel agent, dedicated to the specialist needs of skiers. We have over 30 years’ experience in organising bespoke ski holidays to Europe and North America, and our team of highly-trained ski experts have first-hand, in-depth knowledge of the mountains and resorts we sell. Our ski experts take the time to truly understand their clients’ requirements and find the trip that is perfectly suited to them, each and every time.

www.skisolutions.com/ski-holidays-2019


CYCLING FOR SOFTIES Cycling for Softies holidays aren’t about clocking up the miles, they're about the time in-between. Explore the wonders of France, Italy and Spain by bike, staying in luxury 4 and 5-star accommodation and indulging in only the best food and wine as you go. Welcome to life in the easy lane.

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KESGRAVE HALL Step back, relax and indulge at Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, a contemporary 4-star hotel with 23 fabulous bedrooms ranging from standard through to the ‘top grade’. Plenty of theatre can be found in the restaurant overlooked by the Engine Room, with our head chef championing all that is great about Suffolk produce.

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MAISON TALBOOTH Step back, relax and indulge at Maison Talbooth. Twelve individual bedrooms, day spa, outdoor pool (heated to a sizzling 85˚all year), hot tub, pool house and tennis court. Guests dine at the award winning Le Talbooth restaurant beside the river Stour, just a minute away by courtesy car.

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THE PIER The Pier stands proudly overlooking the picturesque harbour and the confluence of the Stour and Orwell rivers. Long established in Harwich, the hotel boasts four stars with two rosettes for cooking. The Harbourside on the first floor of The Pier, is renowned for using locally caught seafood, much of which is landed in the harbour opposite. Our Head Chef takes much of his influence from the sea so Harwich lobster and crab are nearly always on the menu served whichever way you’d like. Stay over and capture the ambience of this delightful old town, a night in The Mayflower suite, complete with telescope is a must!

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Feature

Celebrate the Great Outdoors In the last few weeks we have been experiencing the very best of weather, not so hot as it’s uncomfortable, but bringing welcome sunshine after the snow and cold weather of earlier months. Our countryside has an enviable reputation, with May and June recognized as some of the better months in the year to go on holiday and we have been blessed with an abundance of blossom, lambs gamboling in the fields and woods filled with bluebells as well as birds singing as they all celebrate the final arrival of Spring. This Bank Holiday wherever you live there is an opportunity to spend time outside, more and more urban areas are developing spaces where people can visit and enjoy being outside. There are so many beautiful coastal areas and countryside where people can enjoy the most inexpensive activity of all – walking. Outdoor swimming pools are another wonderful refreshing way to enjoy being outside, many have been kept open by the fundraising efforts of dedicated people who need our support. Early in the day, or late in the afternoon, what a wonderful way to both exercise and enjoy the fresh air. ISSUE˚60

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At a time when we are all being encouraged to be more aware of the risks to our environment there are many opportunities to support our countryside and coastline and artisans looking to create a better way of life. Every county and region is celebrating with local festivals, fairs, markets and gardens and homes open to the public, from Art Trails to carnivals, like animals coming out from hibernation, this Bank Holiday is a wonderful time to throw off the layers from the colder and cloudier days and rediscover everything that is waiting for us outside in the great outdoors! https://www.visitengland.com https://www.visitbritain.com/ https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk http://www.english-heritage.org.uk

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SYKES COTTAGES Sykes Cottages offers over 7,500 handpicked holiday cottages across the UK & Ireland. Having grown to be one of the nation’s leading independent holiday cottage agencies, we have more than 25 years’ experience helping you find your dream holiday home.

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BEACON PARK BOATS 5-star narrowboats designed and built by us. Stylish living areas, impressive kitchens, immaculate bathrooms, clever storage, luxury beds up to 5ft wide and wifi. Cruise through the Brecon Beacons - pretty villages, canalside pubs and more wildlife than people!

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TOAD HALL COTTAGES For nearly 30 years, we’ve been helping guests find the perfect Westcountry holiday cottages. With over 700 properties throughout Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, Somerset and the New Forest, we’ve got something for everyone. We can even accommodate your four-legged friend as over half of our properties welcome dogs. Visit our website or give us a call on 01548 202020 – we look forward to hearing from you.

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ST. BRIDES BAY COTTAGES St Brides Bay Cottages offers delightful cottages in superb locations around the North Pembrokeshire Coast. “Welcome” might be a small word, but here it has a very big meaning. The scenery is spectacular, the air is crystal fresh and the villages are full of character. The rugged beauty offers the perfect backdrop for a real get-away-from-it-all holiday.

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UFFORD PARK Relax in style in the heart of Suffolk’s most beautiful, peaceful countryside: come to Ufford Park Woodbridge, Hotel, Golf & Spa – to stay or simply to enjoy our bars, restaurant and many other facilities. Set in 120 acres of historic parkland and just ten easy miles from Ipswich, child-friendly, family-owned Ufford Park Woodbridge offers you so much more including: High-standard hotel accommodation, undulating 18-hole championship, par-71 golf course – as used by the PGA EuroPro Tour, modern, well-equipped health club with spacious gym and indoor, deck-level swimming pool and the very latest thermal suite spa and much more!

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QUALITY VILLAS Book with us for your next family holiday. Unique inspected villas with pools in France, Italy, Morocco and Croatia. Use our free concierge service to add on chefs, cooks, and a host of services for that extra special holiday.

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Interview

Ian Newman, co-owne of walking holiday

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er What inspired you to set up Footpath Holidays? Footpath Holidays was set up by Suzanne’s parents in 1983. By 1992 a part-time hobby business had grown and needed to be computerised and to comply with a lot of new legislation. We were looking for a change of direction, Suzanne had walked and mountaineered throughout Britain, as well as the Alps and Pyrenees. I gained my mountain leadership certificate in 1987 and had walked and mountaineered extensively in Britain and worldwide, and as we had both had some involvement in the business already, it seemed the natural thing to do.

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Interview You have been offering walking breaks for over 35 years, what have been the key changes over this period?

For people new to walking holidays, how would you describe the benefits, and what do you most enjoy about leading them?

The trend has moved away from guided group walking. People are overwhelmingly looking for ‘selfguided’ walking holidays but with all the arrangements taken care of.

Walking is the best way of really getting to know an area; its landscape, its nature and its people. The walks are great in their own right, but when you lead one you can bring it alive with local knowledge, folklore, history and anecdote.

What are some of the most popular walking tours that you offer? Devon and Cornwall are always popular. The Thames Path, the Cotswolds, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales are right up there too.

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a relatively small area. The rugged coasts of Cornwall and Devon, the stark grandeur of Dartmoor, ancient woodlands and thatched villages on Exmoor, the Chalk Downland and ancient monuments of Wiltshire and the honey-coloured villages and meadows of the Cotswolds. All within a couple of hours travel of each other. Remarkable. When you are not working what do you do to relax? I enjoy live music, fly-fishing and, oddly enough, going for a walk! www.footpath-holidays.com

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QUALITY COTTAGES The tight knit family business based in North Pembrokeshire represents nearly 400 fabulous holiday properties throughout the most stunning coastal, countryside and mountainous regions of Wales. Quality Cottages was the first company to be awarded a gold medal for services to self catering holidays in Wales.

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QUALITY UNEARTHED Wanting to stay somewhere a little different… unusual holiday accommodation such as tree houses, gypsy wagons, offgrid places, or cool glamping structures is Quality Unearthed’s speciality.And these alternative, ecologically sensitive holidays are something more of us are seeking out. Increasingly we want things in life that are authentic and unique and our choice of holiday is reflected in this.

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OLIVER'S TRAVELS Oliver’s Travels do everything but the ordinary. A small team of globetrotters who are more than a little obsessive about where they stay. Each of their villas are hand-picked by their award-winning team, and the end result is an extensive portfolio of quirky and unique holiday homes bursting with character, across Europe and the Caribbean. Fancy staying in an enchanting chateau in Dordogne, a weekend partying in Spain, or spending a week basking in the Italian sunshine with your own private pool? It’s a cliché, but Oliver’s Travels really has it all.

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ORIGINAL COTTAGES We are proud to present Original Cottages, bringing together all of the unique holiday properties within our family of local brands – including Niche Retreats, offering an exciting portfolio of luxury accommodations. We pride ourselves on employing people with local expertise across all of our destinations, meaning that we can always find the perfect escape for you and your family. With over 4000 properties to choose from, we have whatever your heart desires, from sand, sea, hill and forest to town, city and everything in between – let us provide a truly unique holiday for you.

www.originalcottages.co.uk


WILDERNESS COTTAGES Wilderness Cottages offer a variety of self catering holiday properties throughout Scotland. These range in size from small cosy cottages, ideal for honeymoon couples and romantic holidays, or larger holiday cottages to sleep from six to twelve. From remote crofts to stays in luxury apartments we have properties to suit all tastes. Many cottages are open all year, have log fires and make pets welcome.

www.wildernesscottages.co.uk


Book Reviews

Sewing Lampshades - Joanna Heptinstall

Sew 18 beautiful tailored, pleated and loose lampshades to suit your style Synopsis: Learn to sew your own stunning lampshades using this comprehensive step-by-step guide from the founder of the Traditional Upholstery School, Joanna Heptinstall. The book contains 18 fully illustrated step-by-step projects, featuring tailored, pleated, faux-pleated and loose-cover designs. Each technique is covered in detail, from measuring your fabric, choosing a frame shape, calculating your seams, creating a shade, adding trims and choosing a stand.

The book is bursting with inspirational images, along with tips and tricks of the trade that Joanna has acquired over her successful career in upholstery. https://www.searchpress.com/ Hot Brands Cool Places Review This is a truly sumptuous book, Joanna’s passion and creativity in making lampshades absolutely shines throughout the book. There is so much inspiration in her choice of material and the shape of the lampshades, which when taken with her step by step instructions and gorgeous photography will inspire anyone to look at creating their own examples.

The projects require few specialist tools, can be easily customised to suit your home decor, and cover a range of styles, sizes and fabrics.

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Creative Reads Pattern Making Templates for Skirts and Dresses - Alice Prier & Lilia Prier Tisdall Design and create your own personalised sewing patterns for beautiful skirts and dresses.

Half Yard Bags & Purses - Debbie Shore Sew 12 gorgeous bags and 12 matching purses with this stylish, easy-to-use book Synopsis: This fantastic new book from bestselling author Debbie Shore contains 24 projects: 12 bags and 12 matching purses. Choose from flowery patchwork totes, backpacks with faux leather detailing, clasp-top clutches, cute floral messenger bags, practical folder holders and a stylish business travel bag, all complete with a matching purse. Each purse is made in the same style and from the same fabric as its corresponding bag - mix and match the bags and purses or make yourself the pair. Each item requires no more than half a yard of outer fabric, plus all the necessary hardware, trimmings and lining. All the instructions you need are provided in Debbie's clear, friendly style, along with inspiring, easy-to-follow photography, and any templates required are included at full size. There are also QR-coded video links, providing additional support and advice from Debbie. https://www.searchpress.com/ Hot Brands Cool Places Review Debbie’s books are always hugely popular and this delightful book is no exception. Beautifully illustrated with clear instructions and cleverly only requiring half a yard of fabric this book is an absolute delight and perfect for creating beautiful bags and purses for the summer.

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Synopsis: Pattern Making Templates for Skirts and Dresses is the ultimate resource for demystifying the pattern making process. Packed with useful advice and practical instructions, this book is a must-have for anyone looking to create their own customised pattern templates for womens clothes. With its jargon-free text and easy-to-use downloadable blocks, this accessible title gives you all the expert information you need to perfectly adapt and fit each one to your body exactly. You will then learn how to transform your blocks into different pattern types, from pencil skirts to pinafores, and godet skirts to full-length gowns. Answering a whole host of common questions about making skirts and dresses, this title takes into account key priorities such as styling, fit, and functionality. https://www.searchpress.com/ Hot Brands Cool Places Review Drawing on the immense experience of the authors this book shares much information about pattern making and armed with this knowledge anyone who is inspired to create their own clothes can start to express their own creativity. As well as covering a whole range of dress and skirt styles it also includes useful advice on adapting patterns, templates, replicating favourite skirts and dresses and even how to create original designs from scratch as well as including pattern templates.

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NEAL’S YARD REMEDIES REHYDRATING ROSE TONER Rehydrating Rose Toner (formerly known as Rose Water) balances, cools and hydrates normal and sensitive skin types. With naturally refreshing damask roses and a delicate floral scent, this award winning customer favourite tones your face and primes your skin to better absorb serum and moisturiser.

NEAL’S YARD REMEDIES CITRUS HAND SOFTENER Massage this fragrant balm into hardworking hands to deliver a deeply nourishing moisture boost where it’s needed most. Organic Grapefruit, Lemon and Orange Essential Oils have been blended with avocado, blackcurrant seed, coconut and nourishing shea nut butter to revitalise and restore. • • •

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For normal and sensitive skin types Cools, refreshes and hydrates Primes skin before moisturising

How to Use: Apply with cotton wool to refresh and prime your skin. For best results use after Rose Facial Wash and before Rehydrating Rose Daily Moisture.

Intensely nourishing hand softener Revitalising Ideal for dry, cracked skin

How to use: Apply to dry, rough or cracked skin to soothe and soften. This rich, nourishing cream moisturises and encourages repair. This balm is great for softening knees and feet too. NEAL’S YARD REMEDIES PURIFYING PALMAROSA SKINCARE KIT This kit is an introduction to naturally mattifying Purifying Palmarosa skincare range and is perfect for oily skin types and oily T-zones.The lush, organic palmarosa grass that is distilled and used in Purifying Palmarosa range is primarily sourced from plantations in Uganda, India and Madagascar. The Ugandan palmarosa is harvested by hand in the fields near the town of Tororo. In a beautiful and compact, 100% organic cotton bag, with a 10-14 day supply, this kit is ideal for travelling and offers a ready to go skincare ritual. Your Purifying Palmarosa skincare ritual: CLEANSE - Purifying Palmarosa Facial Wash (25ml) TONE - Purifying Palmarosa Toner (25ml) MOISTURISE - Purifying Palmarosa Daily Moisture (15ml) TREATMENT - Purifying Palmarosa Facial Mask (15g)

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GET READY FOR SUMMER KORRES NEW! GINGER LIME & BERGAMOT JASMINE BATH AND BODY COLLECTIONS! KORRES introduces an alluring take on new season’s scents through its latest body care collection. A fresh burst of Lime; sharp notes of Ginger; blooming delicate Jasmines and uplifting Bergamot garden scents; invigorating blends of tropical fruits and a splash of sensual wild flowers; All coming together with beneficial naturals in the new collection featuring shower-gels and body milks that deliver long-lasting hydration and nourishing action for the softest and most refreshed skin. GINGER LIME KORRES GINGER LIME SHOWERGEL Creamy-foam shower-gel enriched with moisturising wheat proteins and Althea extract that helps maintain skin’s natural moisture levels. KORRES GINGER LIME BODY MILK Moisturising body milk enriched with moisturising almond oil, active Aloe and provitamin B5 that enhance skin suppleness. BERGAMOT JASMINE KORRES BERGAMOT JASMINE SHOWERGEL Creamy-foam shower-gel enriched with moisturising wheat proteins and Althea extract that helps maintain skin’s natural moisture levels. KORRES BERGAMOT JASMINE BODY MILK Moisturising body milk enriched with moisturizing Almond oil, active Aloe and provitamin B5 that enhance skin suppleness. Available to buy online from www.MarksandSpencer.com, www.FeelUnique.com and www.LookFantastic.com

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Hot Brands Cool Places - The Travel Issue May 2018  

Welcome to our Spring Travel magazine, in the last few weeks we have been experiencing the very best of weather, bringing welcome sunshine...

Hot Brands Cool Places - The Travel Issue May 2018  

Welcome to our Spring Travel magazine, in the last few weeks we have been experiencing the very best of weather, bringing welcome sunshine...

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