Highlights from the May issue of Saga Magazine include...
Angela Rippon’s tips for staying young and fit
The TV star shares her secrets for a youthful, energetic life.
Michaela Strachan takes our Grown-Up Test
The Springwatch presenter, soon to front a Saga cruise, turned 50 in April but how old is she in her head?
Paul Lewis: Stamp Duty shocks
A tax to raise money from second-home owners and landlords will also penalise those helping their children get onto the property ladder.
Inside Jo Oakley's beach hut
A peek inside artist Jo Oakley's colourful Whitstable beach hut filled with charity shop bargains and vintage hand-me-downs.
Plants to attract butterflies to your garden
Patrick Barkham, author of The Butterfly Isles, explains the best plants to attract butterflies into your garden.
Thinking of marrying?
Annie Shaw looks at the pitfalls of tying the knot in later life.
Tips for older festival goers
What you need to know to stay healthy and happy if you’re going to a summer festival - from Glastonbury to Hay - this year.
Diana Henry's potted shrimps
Diana Henry shares her recipe for classic potted shrimp, a simple dish that evokes days out at the seaside.
What's new for pensions?
Will you be affected by changes to pension allowances?
Diana Henry's fish goujons with mushy peas
Use white fish, such as cod or haddock, to make these delicious fish goujons with minted mushy peas.
How to prepare for surgery
Due for an operation? The healthier and more informed you are before theatre, the smoother and speedier your recovery is likely to be.
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