Phoenix from the flames

After a turbulent year, Welsh Border Life is back and stronger than ever, albeit in a more modern format

by Webmaster, 16th May 2021

After a turbulent year, Welsh Border Life is back, in a brave new format

Many businesses have had to adapt to the new normal; the pandemic has changed many things about the way we all live our lives. Here at Border Publishing we're no exception, and our flagship title has now been totally redesigned for a digital platform, to be read for free on desktops, smartphones and tablets.

It's not been an easy decision. Buying habits are gravitating online, magazines are now shunned from public places and the climate crisis is at the forefront of all our minds. So after much deliberation, here at Border we now believe utilising the power of the internet, rather than printing on paper and delivering via road to shops and doorsteps is the future of publishing. 

Yet while the format may have changed, the standard of the editorial content is as good as ever. In our re-launch issue - the 201st issue of Welsh Border Life - you can read about the 50th anniversary of the Offa’s Dyke Path and why this iconic trail remains so popular with so many walkers. Plus, we speak to the hardworking food producers and suppliers who, like us, have had to harness the world wide web in order to survive the pandemic. There are delicious garden party recipes to try, too, including roast salmon and a simple Eton mess, as well as our guide to the best things to do in the region this summer. And your favourite columnists, Jules Hudson, Iolo Williams and Black Sheep are back with their latest entertaining musings.

The more things change, the more they stay the same. And the editorial content you all know and love is as good as ever.

To download the exciting, new-look, re-launch issue of Welsh Border Life, click or touch here

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