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HEAD OUTDOORS, SATURDAY 1 The sunshine is hopefully on its way, so it’s time for you to pull on your running gear and get fit. Rather than slaving away on the treadmill at the gym, opt for the great outdoors and go on a bike ride around your local park to get your endorphins pumping. Find a cycle route suited to you, head to SUNDAY MONDAY Milkshake! Live – the all-singing, all-dancing touring stage show goes to Whitley Bay in the north east. The kids will love seeing their favourite characters such as Little Princess and Scruff, Noddy, Roary and Fifi putting on this music spectacular. It’ll get their toes tapping and hands clapping. Tickets are £12 for adults, £10 for children. www. It’s not too late to catch the London Literary Festival for fans of the written word. Offering the latest in short stories, poetry, art and politics, the festival also provides workshops from renowned authors. Held at the Southbank Centre until 4 June. 2 3 Polo in the Park is celebrating its fifth year in style. The three day World Series (from 7-9 June) event is held in Hurlingham, London. Tickets at www. Hamptworth Lodge, in Wiltshire, is opening its gardens to the public today. Having been modified by its present owner’s ancestor in the 1860s, the Georgian house’s garden could’ve been around as early as the 12th century. See its splendour, accompanied by afternoon tea, from 10am until 4pm. Admission is £4. www. 9 10 15 16 17 23 24 8 With UV rays at their strongest in summer, remember to use a high SPF sun cream. Stay sun smart, visit www. cancerresearchuk. org 22 Learn how to cook your favourite types of seafood at Fish Week Festival (22-30 June) in south west Wales. Restaurants from around the country have come together to create special menus from local seafood suppliers, and will teach you how to prepare delicious fishy dishes. www. 29 June is all about food as places across the UK put on the Great British Food Festival (29-30 June). There are chef demos and food stalls, but there’s also fun for everyone with the Cake-Off and Men vs Food challenges. www. greatbritish foodfestival. com 024 | JUNE 2013 If going to markets and spending hours in vintage stores is up your alley, the Vintage Fashion Fair in Primrose Hill, London, is a must-visit. Bag yourself a coveted vintage Burberry trench or adorn yourself with one off accessories at the fair. www. vintagefashionfairlondon. Why not pump up your bike tyres, make sure your chains are oiled and hit the open roads. Bike Week (15-23 June) is the UK’S biggest cycling event that takes place across the UK and encourages everyone to get involved to see the health and environmental benefits that cycling provides. 30 Famed English painter LS Lowry will be the focus of Tate Britain in London with the Painting of Modern Life exhibit. It’s the first show held by a public institution since the artist’s death in 1976 and includes 80 works, such as the Tate’s own Coming Out of School and The Pond. Tickets are available from £15 at Feed your creative soul by heading to the Academy Summer Exhibition (10-18 June) in London. It’s the world’s largest open-submission contemporary art expo, offering photography, sculptures and paintings. From famous artists to amateurs, there are over 11,000 pieces to enjoy. For ticket information, go to The results are in for this summer’s latest fashion trends and it seems that monochrome is one of the biggest looks. Raid your wardrobe for black and white pieces and team them together for a classy outfit. Get some advice at uk/fashion/advice/ monochrome-magic Game, set, match, it’s Wimbledon time again. From 24 June- 7 July, watch your favourite tennis pros battle it out on court. www. WORDS: Liz Tse | PHOTOGRAPHS: Rihardzz, Dennis Donohue, Chris Harvey, Jack.Q/Shutterstock, PA Photos JUNE MARKS THE FIRST MONTH OF THE BALMY WEATHER, SO FILL YOUR TIME WITH FESTIVALS, EXHIBITS AND FAMILY EVENTS, SURE TO KEEP EVERYONE OCCUPIED

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of At Home with Carol Vorderman 2013

Editor's letter
Carol's hello
Summer days
Rear of the year
Shades of citrus
Maxi moment
Good for the sole
Razzle dazzle
Swing by the sixties
All shapes and sizes
Steal her look
The swimwear round
A moment with Carol
Beaming with pride
Loose women
Forever friends
What men want
The D word
Fear not
Keep your flirt on
Sex on fire
Culinary classics
Food glorious food
At a pinch
Oiling the meals
Flaming hot
Under the grill
Raise a glass
Water works
Weight-dropping wonders
Tuck in
Home improvements
Holiday hazards
Proceed with caution
Warning signs
Down to the bare bones
Back on track
A sorry sight
20 under £20
How do they do it?
Rewind time
Lacklustre locks?
Pearly brights
Good job hunting
Old timers
The golden years
Cash in a flash
Money guru
Foster the love
Child's play
Easy as 1, 2, 3?
Summertime accessories
Those in glass houses
On the tiles
Home safe home
Savvy traveller
Holiday honcho
Port of call
Here come the girls
It's a numbers game
Book it in
Up, up and away!
Last word

At Home with Carol Vorderman 2013