This week's mentor from If Women Rose Rooted is Sophie McKeand. A writer, poet and performer, she is the Young People's Laureate for Wales. As well as discussing how the spoken word connects us to our land and our communities, she encourages us to help the land personally, whether that be by spreading seeds or picking up litter. http://bit.ly/21zU82R
In a lovely change from editing, I have spent the last two days with Alice Stevenson as she researches the Cumbrian portion of her new book, Ways to See Great Britain. An afternoon at Levens Hall and a very hot day walking up to the Nine Standards. - Charlotte
To celebrate the publication of Shopped, the September team are sharing their memorable outfits from times past.
Hannah: Faliraki, Greece, 1990. I loved this nylon silk-effect floral blouse with a passion, and I wore it all summer 'casually' knotted beneath a sort of milkmaid suntop. The blouse was from Miss Selfridge - where I spent a lot of time and all my Saturday job money. It was almost worth a whole day spent at whiffy foot level, or up a ladder avoiding a groping boss, to be able to buy an entire new outfit with £13.
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