Articles from issue : June 2021

Cupra Formentor

Motoring with Liam Bird

As he gets to drive some of the most luxurious cars on the market, Liam Bird is used to turning heads, but last month he was attracting puzzled looks as the badge on the grille of his test-drive car was

Read More

The official grounds for divorce process

Private client team with Natalie Thomas - Associate Director - DJM Solicitors

To get divorced, you need to show that you have suffered an irretrievable marriage breakdown. You do this on the basis of one of five ‘facts’ – the official grounds for divorce You must also have been married for at

Read More

Completing your Self Assessment

Practical Accountancy with Allchurch & Co

Taxpayers have been getting organised with 950,000 already having completed their 2020/21 tax returns with 63,500 filing their self-assessment on the first day of the tax year, HMRC has revealed. There are many benefits of getting your tax return filed

Read More

Happy June

Wine recommendations with Antoinette Milne - Wine for Life Learning

June is upon us and summer is well on its way. How about a racy Gruner Veltliner for summertime sipping along with a fresh and lively iconic rose. A rich and full Portuguese red wine for those evening barbecues may

Read More

Greek Beef Stifado

Traditional recipe with Chef Christos

This month, private chef Christos shares his recipe for a true comfort food – a traditional Greek casserole. Here Christos uses beef but the original recipe would prob-ably have used rabbit or pork, alternatively you could use chicken thighs. Whichever

Read More

Having the right mindset

Business & Career advice with Neil Franklin

“I’ve had so many lectures about having a growth mindset as opposed to fixed mindset. At these lectures we hear the messages: ‘Don’t worry,’ ‘don’t stress’ and ‘be happy.’ We are also told that we must also be ‘resilient.’ It is

Read More

Top Shots

Surfing with Chris 'Guts' Griffiths

  Last month’s flat spell eventually ended and there’s been a pretty decent run of waves of late.With so many more people taking up surfing recently, I’ve been too busy making surfboards to travel much in search of waves (apart

Read More