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    Cooking in season

    2024-06-25T14:41:00+01:00By

    Chef Georgina Fuggle shares her passion for cooking –  as well as some great summer recipes to try out this season

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    Sexism in the city

    2024-06-25T14:39:00+01:00By Lizzie Hutchison

    Lizzie Hutchison lifts the lid on what so many of us are dealing with in the workplace as well as the Church

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    Faith and fashion

    2024-05-28T11:46:00+01:00By

    Woman Alive editor, Tola-Doll Fisher, spoke with stylist Lily Lam about how she got started in the industry

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    Home is where you are

    2024-05-28T11:45:00+01:00By

    Interior designer Sophia Wigram spoke with Becky Hunter-Kelm about her passion for creating beautiful spaces in which people can thrive

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    Helping families to stay together

    2024-04-22T11:21:00+01:00By

    Ella Dibb is the 25-year-old founder of Rose Nannies, a nanny agency that covers events as well as private babysitting – which she set up in July 2021. Ella spoke with Maxine Harrison about how she started

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    ‘Sewing into people’s lives’

    2024-03-19T14:45:00+00:00By

    Suzanne Simpson opened her business, Nice Threads, after losing everything in a house fire. She speaks with Maxine Harrison about her journey to becoming a business owner and how her faith inspires her in her work

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