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Just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you have to compromise on quality of gifts this Christmas.
Our favourite Christmas gifts for both animal loving friends and their furry four legged pets.
Whether you want to buy something for the home, a hostess gift or just want to treat yourself this Christmas, we’ve rounded up our favourite presents.
If you’re looking for a unique Christmas gift for your husband, brother or dad, look no further! We’ve wrapped up this season’s best gifts, so you don’t have to.
Light some scented candles, start the fire, hang the decorations, then take a seat and enjoy Christmas in your home.
We all have that one person who already has everything they want or need. So branch out and give them something they didn’t even know they wanted!
The annual tradition of advent calendars definitely gets us in the festive spirit so we’re eagerly counting down the days till the first of December. Here are our favourites to celebrate the arrival of Christmas.
Looking for festive gifts for garden enthusiasts? We’ve rounded up our favourite presents for gardeners to help you get started with your Christmas shopping.
The Great British Life Shop has teamed up with Statues & Scultpures to offer one lucky competition winner a garden statue worth £99.
Promotional feature: As the colder weather approaches, spare a thought for the wild birds in your garden. CJ Wildlife offer some tips on how you can help them survive the winter.
Promotional feature: With staying-in being the new going-out, we ask Angela Bower at The Kitchen Design Workshop to share her tips for creating the perfect party kitchen.
The arrival of autumn means it’s time to hunker down and make your home cosy for the season ahead. Here area a few simple updates to ease you into the new season and help you banish the winter chills.
Promotional feature: Picture the scene. Your loved ones gathered to enjoy a delicious meal prepared in your brand new kitchen. Sounds idyllic, doesn’t it?
Save 20% off all purchases of candles and fragrances by A Life with a View on the Great British Life Shop
Grab yourself a British made Baargain over at the Great British Life Shop
The Royal British Legion is calling on the public to plant a living legacy for those who fought and died in the First World War as part of its Centenary commemorations. Working in partnership with Ashridge Nurseries on a project called Centenary Gardens, the Legion aims to keep the memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the First World War alive for future generations.
Transform your house into a home with a bespoke piece of furniture from The Painted Furniture Company
A lovely example of a significant Georgian country home, offering a spectacular interior and views to Coopers Hill
Celebrate the arrival of the new 60cm-wide AGA City60 at one of the many events planned across the UK.
The biennial on form exhibition looks forward to welcoming visitors to the beautiful surroundings of Asthall Manor and some of the finest stone sculptors in the world
Words by Candia McKormack
A £1.25 million supported housing scheme for local people with learning disabilities will open its doors in Shipston-on-Stour on June 9. Flats at Rosedale are now available, offering local people with learning disabilities independent living, but in a supported environment.
Promotional feature: Hayward Smart Architects explain the importance of using a qualified architect for your building project, and recommend ways to pick the right architect for you.
If you’re looking forward to a complete kitchen installation or revamping an existing layout, Granite Planet can help.
Leamington Spa florist and garden designer dresses in style for the world-famous flower show
Promotional feature: Geoff and Beatrice Norman invite us into their bespoke family kitchen created by Bower Willis Designs of Shipston on Stour.
Clare Jennings tells us what to look for in a quality oriental rug, and how to distinguish quality hand-knotted rugs from those that are mass-produced
Granite Planet are a Market Leader specialising in the supply and installation of granite and marble.
Royal Leamington Spa is taking a piece of the spa town magic to RHS Chelsea Flower Show - and everyone can get involved! Sarah Windrum discusses Leamington’s exhibit.
It’s not just humans who can be infected with viruses – plants can too, and they are a major problem for the horticultural industry. Lisa Martin explains how viruses can affect plants, and how local scientists are helping to combat the problem of viruses in our food crops.
Robin Furlong’s new furniture studios in Moreton in Marsh offer greater accessibility to his broadening collection of fine furniture.