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Written by on October 22, 2013

WELCOME TO THE OCTOBER issue of Dumfries & Galloway Life

Don’t miss this month’s 148-page magazine:

 

In love with Dumfries & Galloway – The Joanna Lumley interview

Anne Armstrong talks to the actress, campaigner and TV presenter at this year’s Wigtown Book Festival about her love for the region and her work as patron of the Peter Pan Moat Brae Trust in Dumfries

Marco Pierre White comes to Dumfries

A Dumfries & Galloway Life exclusive about the ‘Godfather of modern cooking’ opening his first Scottish restaurant at Aston Hotel, Dumfries, as part of a £400,000 investment by the hotel’s new owners

One of ‘The Few’ – the story of Roger Morewood, one of the last surviving Battle of Britain pilots who enjoyed a special flypast of a Hurricane and a Spitfire, in his honour

Inspiring Entrepreneurs: For this month’s D&G Council Young Entrepreneur Project we focus on semi-permanent makeup artist Emma McMinn’s new business, Perfection in Annan

Business Brains: Read all about the enterprising ideas dreamed up by pupils who took part in this year’s UWS Enterprise Challenge

Small Town Sounds: Melissa Gunn and Ross Strawbridge of Alive 107.3 launch their charity CD and gig

Loch of Ages: Allan Devlin’s walk for this month is around Threave Estate, while in Life on the Hedge, wildlife expert Keith Kirk explains why hedgerows are so important

Discover Annan in our Dumfries & Galloway Life guide to where to eat, shop and stay, what to do and explore across the region

 

In our LifeGuide: read about Busy Bees Rod and Myra Davidson and their ‘honey pot haven’ at Hazlefield House; make Spanish quiche with Sharon Marshall of the award-winning coffee shop at Garden Wise, Dumfries; go All Aboard for a look around the stunning Station Master’s House in Sanquhar; find out about Incredible Edible in our new series, How Does Your Garden Grow?; be amazed at the Practical Magic of potter Hannah McAndrew’s one-off works of art; read our reviews of this year’s Wigtown Book Festival, including a special event at Dumfries Prison; and find out how you can make the most of the region with the new Wild Autumn Festival.

 

** DON’T FORGET TO NOMINATE YOUR LOCAL HEROES FOR OUR 2013 DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY LIFE PEOPLE OF THE YEAR AWARDS:

The awards celebrate inspirational people doing their best in their community and in the worlds of enterprise, arts and leisure, sports, culture, tourism, food and drink. Go to: www.dglifepeopleawards.co.uk

PLEASE NOTE EARLIER CLOSING DATE FOR NOMINATIONS – OCTOBER 25

 

AND DON’T MISS – LIFE ON THE LAND

Our first specialist farming magazine, free with the November issue

 

 

● features ● photography ● profiles ● news ● homes ● gardens ● food & drink walking ●history ● arts● music ● listings ● property ● motoring ● columnists ● competitions ● Out & AboutnewNovember cover final


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