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| NOTEBOOK| BUSY JUNE 2011 SATURDAY Step back in time to Elizabethan London by embarking on the capital’s Shakespeare Trail. This two-hour romp includes the exact location of Shakespeare’s lodgings and the Blackfriars Playhouse. A registered City of London guide will lead the trail on every Saturday in June. Visit: SUNDAY Set in the heart of Regent’s Park, Camden, this weekend’s London Green Fair is a celebration of all that is environmentally friendly about the city. The free festival includes music, ethical fashion shows, spoken-word performance, global cuisine and a children’s area set around a giant recycled textile mountain. What’s not to like? Visit: MONDAY For Arctic Monkeys fans the wait is over at last with the release today of their fourth album, Suck It And See. TUESDAY An essential date for London’s art crowd, The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition opens today. Visitors can expect to see a wide range of painting, sculpture and prints by established names as well as emerging artists. Visit: www. summer-exhibition-2011 4 5 6 7 Today it’s the annual Trooping The Colour parade. So, if you want yet more royal excitement, head for Pall Mall to watch the horses, musicians and bands march in honour of the Queen’s o cial birthday. 11 Razorlight are the headline act for Get Loaded In The Park 2011 on south London’s Clapham Common today. Bask in the sun with a beer and enjoy a host of top bands for £37.50. Visit: 12 13 As the barbecue season gathers full swing, why not celebrate the great British banger? After the huge success of last year’s Sausage Festival, butchers across the country are returning to Royal Windsor Racecourse to win the Sausage contest of 2011. And if Windsor is too much of a hike for you, get those bangers sizzling with a barbie at home! 14 Grab your posh hat for the social calendar highlight of Royal Ascot. The ve-day festival’s start also happens to be the birthday of tennis star Ste Graf. Visit: 18 Check out Tottenham Community Festival & Carnival in Bruce Castle Park. North London’s most popular family event starts at midday and expects to attract 80,000 revellers. The event will feature a Tottenham Hotspur Football Club oat, a funfair, music, dance, a youth zone and a Latin American zone. Visit: 19 Breakfast in bed or beers on demand – show your pa how much you care this Father’s Day. 20 The 125th Wimbledon Championships begin today. If you haven’t bagged a courtside ticket, x yourself up with strawberries and cream and a tall glass of Pimm’s and tune in to the BBC instead. Summer solstice, the longest day of the year, occurs today. Make the most of this extra daylight by taking the family for a picnic and perhaps grabbing a bat and ball for some sporty frolicking. Or round up the neighbours for a street barbecue and watch the sun go down as you drink and dance. 21 25 Raise a glass at the Tapas Fantasticas wine festival this weekend in London’s Potters Field Park, near Tower Bridge. Make your way around the vibrant stalls, sampling Spain’s famous tipples and tasters. Learn more at: www.potters 26 The City of London Festival brings the city’s unique buildings and outdoor spaces to life with an extensive programme of music, visual arts, lm, walks and talks, much of it free to the public. Explore some of London’s most mysterious areas and discover places you never knew existed. Activities continue into July. Visit: Get soulful this week at BluesFest, a new blues, jazz and soul festival. Taking place at venues across the capital, the line-up includes stars such as singing legend Liza Minnelli and blues icon BB King. Tickets are priced £20-£25. Visit: 27 28 It’s your last chance to see Much Ado About Nothing at the Globe Theatre in London. Pay just £5 and be a groundling for one of Shakespeare’s wittiest comedies. THINGS TO DO... http://www.pottersfi

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of AT Home with Lorraine Kelly - June 2011

Editor’s letter
Hello from Lorraine
Notebook news
Update your calendar
Mum’s the word
In the shade
Beach baggage
Pick a straw
Foot fever
Be bold
Beach chic
Vintage veterans
Celebrity style
Up close and personal
Steal Lorraine's style
Lorraine and friends
Happy hiker
Birth order
Going the distance
Intimacy in numbers
Tales of triumph
Breaking up
Splits in the spotlight
Skill savvy
Bucket list
Serious saving
Big days
Notorious nuptials
In the know
Treat your feet
Drink up
Time of the month
Conception made clear
Manage your menopause
The big C
Battling the blues
Skinny stars
Health hotlist
The new atkins
Sumptuous Summer
Stop fussing
Gym bunny
Hot to trot
Crystal clear
Stop the clock
Dimple doom
Forever young
Make-up made easy
Polish perfect
Luscious locks
Fix it
Dental dos
Banish that blemish
Shopping for baby
Size 20 at seven
Indian spice
Exotic Indonesia
Lone traveller
Offshore weddings
Summer makeover
Room revamp
Keep cosy
Feeling board?
Coming soon
Craft savvy
Guilty pleasure
Rock that frock
Book corner
Final countdown
TRAVEL - Celeb campers
TRAVEL - Camp it up
TRAVEL - We love it
TRAVEL - Little britain
TRAVEL - Holiday lodges
TRAVEL - Quirky places to stay
TRAVEL - Transport yourself
TRAVEL - Best days out
TRAVEL - A brit special
PETS - Star pooches
PETS - Pet products
PETS - Make the right choice
PETS - Caring for your animal
PETS - Feeding time
PETS - When pets get poorly
PETS - time to shift some weight
PETS - Me and my beloved pet
PETS - Animal rescue
PETS - What a picture!
CAREERS - Lorraine's career path
CAREERS - Beauty and brains
CAREERS - C'est chic
CAREERS - Girls at work
CAREERS - Just the job!
CAREERS - Go out and get it
CAREERS - Pick and choose

AT Home with Lorraine Kelly - June 2011