In this issue of Saga Magazine : It’s often said that life is full of challenges. Well, the April issue of Saga Magazine is packed with inspirational people who are more than up for them. Meet the hardy souls of the Skipton Cycling Club, still scaling the heights of the Yorkshire Dales in their fifties and sixties, fuelled by their reassuringly hearty diet of butties and flapjacks. Then there’s our gutsy rally gals, aged 72 and 77, who are this month racing 2,000 miles from London to Lisbon in the same Austin Maxi they drove nearly 50 years ago in the 1970 World Cup Rally.
Brave in a different way are our three gorgeous readers who agreed to let us chop inches off their precious locks in a bid to look ten years younger. We did, however, place them in the more-than-capable hands of Kate Middleton’s (and Fiona Bruce and Ivana Trump’s) hairdresser, so the stunning results were never really in doubt! And last, but by no means least, is our hugely popular cover star, the ever-suave actor Bill Nighy. Fresh from his Comic Relief Love Actually spoof, he reveals the somewhat surprising extent of his charitable work, helping some of the world’s most deprived people – surely the greatest challenge of all.
All this, plus our regular pages of invaluable money advice from Paul Lewis and Annie Shaw, health problems diagnosed by Dr Mark Porter, relationship dilemmas addressed by Jo Brand, £100 prize crosswords, travel, gardening, food and a last laugh with Bill Bailey.
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