Know a neighbour in need?

by Webmaster, 30th March 2020

Border Publishing to offer free copies of Welsh Border Life and Welsh Coastal Life to the hardest hit by the lockdown

Do you know someone self isolating because they're over 70? Or perhaps they're among the 1.5m most vulnerable people being shielded by the government. If so, their new way of life could already be taking its toll already. So we want to help in some small way.

Finding pastimes to occupy the mind can be a godsend, which is why here at Border Publishing we're offering to post a free copy of our latest magazine to all those in the region who are in need of some mental stimulation*. And we're asking you to let us know who they are and what you think they'd like to read.

You can choose the April issue of Welsh Border Life, which features tips on turning your garden into a hedgehog haven, delicious Easter recipes and the monthly musings of resident writers Iolo Williams and Jules Hudson. Or the April issue of Welsh Coastal Life, featuring an article on beautiful landscape paintings of Pembrokeshire, coastal inspired recipes, such as our hearty seafood paella, and a wildlife focus on the natterkack toad.

Both magazines are also packed with inspiring ideas for planning walks, outings and local hotel and self-catering breaks for when the coronavirus lockdown is lifted and we finally return to our normal lives. 

To apply for a neighbour in need, simply drop an e-mail to howard@borderpublishing.com with the full name and address of the person you are recommending. Tell us also a little about them, such as why they are self-isolating and your relationship to them. When we send the magazine we'll add a little note to let them know someone's thinking of them.

*Offer available while stocks last


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