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We meet the leading ladies in the health and wellbeing industry who can help you to have your best summer ever

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It has been a month of two halves for me. The first: sheer serenity roaming pretty vineyards of Franschhoek and living our best beach lives in the achingly beautiful Cape Town in South Africa. The latter: back to normality with more washing than the local laundrette, and the frantic but fun pace of life that is work and kids here in Berkshire, London and beyond.

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Every month, we interview and introduce you to innovative and inspirational people. This issue, we are celebrating Berkshire women who have made a name for themselves in the field of fashion

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Now launching their first show at Ascot Racecourse, we ask Fresh: Art Fair's daughter and father team, Eleanor and Anthony Wardle, about Britain's most successful new fair

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On 25 July 1978, Louise Brown, the world's first test-tube (IVF) baby was born. She celebrated her 40th birthday last year

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We catch up with Chris Harris, one of the men behind the fish and chip van that's taking West Berkshire by storm

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Halfway through life, Pangbourne-based Nayna McIntosh walked away from her corporate career and founded fashion brand Hope…

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This past month has been a heady mix of MUMBOSS book tour dates in both Belfast and York (I lost my voice and heels in a taxi, which is always a sign of a successful event, right?), plus entertaining the kids during the holidays (thank goodness the sun came out to play in Windsor so the children could too).

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Emergency Helicopter Medics has been on our screens in recent weeks, and the first episode featured a Berkshire man being saved from a deadly heart attack by Thames Valley Air Ambulance. We caught up with Thames Valley Air Ambulance's Chief Executive Amanda McLean

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While new technology has prompted monumental shifts throughout the music industry in recent decades, Berkshire has valiantly kept apace. Today, the county continues to be a hotbed of emerging talent keen to emulate the success of its musical forefathers

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Former Vogue Editor and Pangbourne resident Virginia Chadwyck-Healey has set up a business as a consultant, presenter, stylist and writer

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The Ascot-born dressage rider has five world titles, a first class Master of Science degree, a CBE and eight Paralympic gold medals under her belt. The 31-year-old now has her sights set on a fifth Paralympics at Tokyo. Her achievements are even more impressive as she was diagnosed at birth with cerebral palsy

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Entrepreneur Helen Burgess has a goal: to teach children to love cooking and eating healthy food. She launched the UK's first monthly cooking kit for children, Little Cooks Co

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Sarah Burns, Chair of Smart Works Reading, reveals how far the charity has come since opening three-and-a-half years ago, and the postive impact the Duchess of Sussex's patronage has had

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We ask Natalie Lake, the Founder of Really Wild, all about her life, loves and her inspiration for the forthcoming season

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Meet our new columnist, Windsor-based 'Honest Mum' Vicki Psarias

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Now that spring is here, people around the county are taking up new hobbies and crafts. We spoke to three talented locals who make a living from…

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Berkshire women mean business! Here we turn the spotlight on some of our county's most successful - and discover what it is that makes them tick

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Restaurateur Giancarlo met Katie, an artist, in 1997. He loved her painting, she loved his pasta. They now have two restaurants, a cookery school and two sons

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