January 2018

Welcome to a preview of the articles in the January edition of the Content Club.

We have our regular gardening article provided by amateur gardener Rachael Leverton. This month is about planting for winter fragrance.

Still in the Garden, January sees the 39th Big Garden Birdwatch. Encourage your readetrs to get involved.

What if we aimed for fit, not thin? What difference would that make? Louise Addison investigates.

She also looks at the research which says learning an instrument is better at protecting mental function than brain-training apps and books.

How many of us ever think about the Royal National Lifeboat Service? The story behind it is fascinating and as a small island nation we should probably know more about it than we do!

On January 6th it's Epiphany. Tracey Anderson looks at its history.

A Burns Night feast is a wonderful thing. Maybe there's one near you this January?

Louis Braille was a remarkable sight-impaired young man who invented a way for blind people to read. World Braille Day celebrates his achievement.

We have two lovely book reviews.

The January recipe is for overnight oats. If you haven't tried these yet you are missing out!

And we have a colourful Kids' Page

Plus a half-page quick crossword; a Sudoku; a word search and a quarter-page mindbender puzzle.
If you have ideas for article topics which you'd like to see covered in future months please let me know.
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