Saga Magazine - August 2016

26 July 2016

Joan Collins' beauty tips, Diana Henry's summery salad and £1,500 of garden prizes to be won.

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Joan Collins talks about her range of make-up, Timeless Beauty

Joan Collins' beauty tips

Joan Collins shares her top beauty secrets with us.

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Shaved fennel, radish and cucumber salad with dill dressing

Diana Henry's fennel, radish and cucumber salad

A crunchy and refreshing summery salad with a creamy dill dressing.

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Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square

Tour guides' stories

A tour guide's job is to make history fun, but sometimes it's the tourists themselves who create the comedy.

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Health and fitness tips from former Olympians

How to stay fit and healthy after fifty by Sally Gunnell, Sharron Davies, Linford Christie and more...

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Arriving at the airport

Sun, sea, sand ... and slump

How to prevent the post-holiday blues.

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A lacy, vintage wedding dress for the older bride

White - or wrong?

What the older bride should wear on her big day.

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Gold daisies in the garden

Some don't like it hot

Keep the garden going during the height of summer.

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Monopoly houses sat on money

On the house

We weigh up the pros and cons of equity release.

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Go up a gear

Brush up your skills behind the wheel with our driving tips.

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Mature couple messing about with a hat

Starting again?

How to get back into the dating game.

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