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March/April 2017 Issue

Welcome to our March/April issue and we hope you are feeling the optimism of spring with signs that it is on its way. The days are getting longer and the spring buds are starting to bloom.

It’s not that we hibernate in this country over winter but we naturally spend more time inside than out. If that describes you there is plenty in this issue to encourage you to venture outdoors.

If you are a golfer and are about to dust of your clubs ready for a new season, Greenacres (page 17) is a beautiful course to get you back into the ‘swing of things’. Perhaps their driving range would be a good place to start.

For the gardener there are lots of ideas to encourage you back into the garden, and if you don’t fancy tackling the lawn yourself, why not give Greenthumb (pg 26-27) a ring. Speaking from personal experience, they will have your lawn, weed free and looking great in time for summer.

We do hope you enjoy this spring issue and don’t forget to download and use our In-touch AR App to get even more from this issue.

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Jan/Feb 2017 Issue

A New Year is seen by many as a new start, a time to make changes, to try to do things differently perhaps. There is much in this issue to encourage you to do just that, whether it is that healthier lifestyle you would like to adopt or perhaps there are changes ahead for your family.  Maybe you are hoping for a better year for your business or are you planning to take on a new challenge, something you have never tried before.

Whatever it is we wish you well as you set out into 2017. Be hopeful, encouraged and full of resolve.

You probably won’t have realised that January 24th is Global Belly Laugh Day. So as you lay out your plans for all those changes in your life why not add one more – laughter; and on January 24th share a joke or two with your friends and colleagues.  Even better, resolve to do that every day!

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Spring 2017 Issue

Welcome to our Spring issue and we hope you are feeling the optimism of spring now that it is well and truly here. The days are getting longer and the spring buds have bloomed.

It’s not that we hibernate in this country over winter but we naturally spend more time inside than out. If that describes you there is plenty in this issue to encourage you to venture outdoors.

For the gardener there are lots of ideas to encourage you back into the garden, and if you don’t fancy tackling the lawn yourself, why not give Greenthumb (pg 20-21) a ring. Speaking from personal experience, they will have your lawn, weed free and looking great in time for summer.