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2 Page 1 Contents Page 2 Packing for Holiday Page 3 Crazy Cocktails Page 4 Summer Party Madness Page 5 A Perfect Day Out Page 6 Garden Visiting, Garden Resources & The Curly Fern Club Page 7 Magazine Offer, Goodbye

3 Packing for Holiday Some people find packing a night mare, personally I have been brought up with a lot of travelling around so find it something that I do mindlessly. I am always amazed at how certain friends turn up with huge suitcases where the content never reaches hits the ground running. These are my top tips for easy packing: 1)Find out what the climate is likely to be where you are heading off 2)Layering is great. Avoid the bulky jumper that takes up half a suitcase, go for a couple of things that can worn on top of each other to get the same effect. 3)If you have a chance to do a bit of wining and dining, separates are great as are teeny tiny little tea shirts with chiffon tops. You can pack hundreds of these in a small space. 4)It doesnt matter where you are going there are some things which must be put in the suit case: Underwear, a thin waterproof top, something to keep you really warm, your tooth brush and tooth paste, your wash bag, any medicine's you might require, a good sturdy pair of shoes for walking, a hair brush, and if you are inclined a pair of jeans. 5)Consider that you may not be able to iron everything so items that dont crease a lot are a definite must. 6)If you have accessories such as travel plugs, money bum bags, hair driers, etc these are obviously worth considering as well 7)Dont forget your passport, visas, foreign currencies if going abroad! Most important of all is to remember that this is not a complete list, and every holiday has different things that are needed, particularly when travelling abroad.

4 Packing for Holiday Some people find packing a night mare, personally I have been brought up with a lot of travelling around so find it something that I do mindlessly. I am always amazed at how certain friends turn up with huge suitcases where the content never reaches hits the ground running. These are my top tips for easy packing: 1)Find out what the climate is likely to be where you are heading off 2)Layering is great. Avoid the bulky jumper that takes up half a suitcase, go for a couple of things that can worn on top of each other to get the same effect. 3)If you have a chance to do a bit of wining and dining, separates are great as are teeny tiny little tea shirts with chiffon tops. You can pack hundreds of these in a small space. 4)It doesnt matter where you are going there are some things which must be put in the suit case: Underwear, a thin waterproof top, something to keep you really warm, your tooth brush and tooth paste, your wash bag, any medicine's you might require, a good sturdy pair of shoes for walking, a hair brush, and if you are inclined a pair of jeans. 5)Consider that you may not be able to iron everything so items that dont crease a lot are a definite must. 6)If you have accessories such as travel plugs, money bum bags, hair driers, etc these are obviously worth considering as well 7)Dont forget your passport, visas, foreign currencies if going abroad! Most important of all is to remember that this is not a complete list, and every holiday has different things that are needed, particularly when travelling abroad.

5 Packing for Holiday Some people find packing a night mare, personally I have been brought up with a lot of travelling around so find it something that I do mindlessly. I am always amazed at how certain friends turn up with huge suitcases where the content never reaches hits the ground running. These are my top tips for easy packing: 1)Find out what the climate is likely to be where you are heading off 2)Layering is great. Avoid the bulky jumper that takes up half a suitcase, go for a couple of things that can worn on top of each other to get the same effect. 3)If you have a chance to do a bit of wining and dining, separates are great as are teeny tiny little tea shirts with chiffon tops. You can pack hundreds of these in a small space. 4)It doesnt matter where you are going there are some things which must be put in the suit case: Underwear, a thin waterproof top, something to keep you really warm, your tooth brush and tooth paste, your wash bag, any medicine's you might require, a good sturdy pair of shoes for walking, a hair brush, and if you are inclined a pair of jeans. 5)Consider that you may not be able to iron everything so items that dont crease a lot are a definite must. 6)If you have accessories such as travel plugs, money bum bags, hair driers, etc these are obviously worth considering as well 7)Dont forget your passport, visas, foreign currencies if going abroad! Most important of all is to remember that this is not a complete list, and every holiday has different things that are needed, particularly when travelling abroad.

6 Everybody has a different idea of a perfect day out, but for many it is to get into the fresh air. If I was planning such a day, I would certainly be looking at the National Garden Scheme and the National Trust for a few ideas. At this time of the year it is always worth looking through the Friday Ad for a few ideas on what to do. If you are feeling brave perhaps take a pic nick. Send me your feed back, what do you consider to be the perfect day out??

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