In this issue of Saga Magazine : The June issue of Saga Magazine has a distinctly outdoorsy, countryside theme going on. Our cover star, the bestselling singer Russell Watson, reveals why he’ll never live anywhere other than his beloved Cheshire and how he’s managed to return to top form following two brain tumours. Also devoted to their neck of the woods, in this case the Sussex Downs, are The Monday Group: volunteers who spend one day a week keeping footpaths clear and wooden structures such as stiles in good repair so everyone can enjoy the great outdoors. Then we meet two couples who swapped the hurly-burly of urban life for the peace and quiet of a rural idyll and haven’t looked back.
As our health and money pages are so popular, we’ve devoted more space than ever before to these topics. As well as a celebration of our wonderful NHS’s 70th birthday, our article about how your gut affects your brain is a riveting read.
On the finance front, we’ve got an in-depth look at how you can best ensure your loved ones benefit from your hard-earned savings rather than the taxman; Paul Lewis explains why many people who’ve cashed in their pension pots have paid too much tax; plus there’s a new consumer and legal column.
All that, plus our regular round-up of what to do and see this month, relationship dilemmas solved by Jo Brand, Dr Mark Porter’s Q&As, our £100 prize crosswords and Bill Bailey finds out why the Finns are so happy. We hope the June issue will lift your spirits!
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