In this issue of Saga Magazine : In these uncertain times, we hope this issue of Saga Magazine brings you some welcome distraction. We’ve got plenty of ideas to keep you busy. Those of us who are lucky enough to have a garden are enjoying spending a lot more time in it. We’ve asked four garden designers to share their secrets and know-how, including how to make your beds and borders more attractive to wildlife. And we’ve got all the inspiration you need to convert your shed into an inviting retreat, rather than just somewhere to store tools and keep the lawnmower undercover. Then there are the delicious bread recipes that the chefs who run the pop-up restaurant at Giffords Circus rustle up when on tour: why not give the quick simple soda loaf a go?
Our interview with D-Day veteran Harry Billinge highlights his indomitable spirit and is an inspiration for us all in these tough times.
We also have a haunting short story from Amanda Craig set in Cornwall, and some light-hearted musings by Mitchell Symonds that he plans to pass on to his (as yet non-existent) grandchildren. What would you add to his list?
And if you can get online, you’ll receive a warm welcome at Saga’s brand new Not Going Out Club at saga.co.uk/ngoc.
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