People's Friend Annual 2023

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People's Friend Annual 2023

People's Friend Annual 2023

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You can enjoy little nuggets of information about all destinations throughout the UK, accompanied by lovely J.Campbell Kerr illustrations. The Fireside Book takes us through the year with beautifully-illustrated poems which reflect each season. Harry isn’t pleased when he’s asked to help with a beach clean. But then he finds something special that changes everything. “Seal Of Approval”, by Alyson Hilbourne, A Charming And Traditional Read

Stories for the annual are bought and illustrated all the way through the year, and I’m already starting to plan for our Annual 2026. We’re “Out On The Moors” in our next story, and according to legend, the former inhabitants of one house are reputed never to have left…by Shona Partridge, with artwork from Sailesh Thakrar.

Village newcomer Alice hopes to make new friends by sharing her “Damsons In Distress!”. By Jane Bettany, with artwork from Andre Leonard. Riley has four sisters and has been bridesmaid every time, in “Four Weddings And A Cake”, by Eirin Thompson. Artwork, Martin Baines.

Peace had been restored once more, and it was time for the “Friend” and its readers to leave behind the dark days of war and embrace a bright new future. Official recognition of the magazine’s achievements and contribution to the world of publishing came with a string of awards, including Magazine Of The Year.And sometimes – like this week – I’ll post a general round-up of the latest news from the Fiction Desk. The Fiction Team The millennium marked a fresh optimism as the world celebrated. Looking to the future, the “Friend” embraced the digital world while holding strong to traditional values. If you’re an author yet to be published in the “Friend”, please send your story to [email protected] During the Eighties and Nineties, young women looked to strong female role models to guide their ambitions. The “Friend” was there to encourage readers in every sphere.

Two friends enter the Best Garden competition every year, but is one of them destined never to have “Green Fingers”? By Christine Bryant; artwork Ruth Blair. In the short years of Edward VII’s reign great things would happen, and great events unfold. In 1908 the “Friend” marvelled at man’s conquest of the skies by men such as the Wright brothers and Bleriot. Dundee became known as the “City of the 3 Js”– jute, jam and journalism, reflecting the importance of these three very different industries to the prosperity of the city. An imaginary pet leaves one little lad “In The Dog House”, in Becca Robin’s short story. Illustrated by Pat Gregory. Victorian Britain saw an unprecedented explosion in scientific discovery, and the “Friend” was determined to keep its readers up to date. The “Friend” was in no doubt that electricity would change our world and welcomed the imminence of the electric light, turning night into day.and in “Everything Changes”, by Alyson Hilbourne, a WW2 bombing raid leads to an extended family. Artwork, Ged Fay.

Cara is cat-sitting for her lovely gran. What could go wrong?! “A Major Problem”, by Eirin Thompson, is illustrated by Mandy Murray.

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Norma’s husband starts bird-watching in his retirement, but the calm descends into mayhem when squirrels invade the garden! “Driving Me Nuts” is by Kate Hogan. In 1969, “The People’s Friend” celebrated its 100th birthday and a special centenary tea towel was available for readers to buy. We also take a look “Through The Manse Window”, with thoughts and reflections from cherished contributors. Next Year’s Annuals



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