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A very well respected magazine The Lady is well known for its editorial pages and its classified section.
The Lady is packed with regular features,Gardening,cookery,book reviews and fashion.
A discerning publication that puts emphasis on the finer things of life.
A recent edition covers Modern Etiquette with Jo Bryant the editor of Debrett`s A to Z .
Fine art is often a focus,showing what is being displayed at Art galleries all around the world.
For the gardeners among us there is a section devoted to the jobs that need to be carried out in the garden that particular week.
Also advice is offered about the many gardening books available on bookstore shelves,and the plants shrubs and bulbs that it is time to consider planting .
Avid readers may well look forward to the Book review.
The cookery section usually has good recipe ideas for `in season` fruit and vegetables.
For the Fashionista`s among us the fashion pages concentrate on the timeless classic and elegant styles that we all love.
A short story is a weekly feature,a little coffee time reading.
Towards the back of the magazine we then turn to the Situations Vacant and also the Situations wanted.
A wide variety of employment on offer,ranging from Au pair work,Nannying,Domestic work,Housekeeping,Cooking and the very much admired art of Butlering.
Many of the jobs advertised come with an employment package.
Accommodation,a car and a salary.There are many jobs that offer work for a couple.
The work is situated all over the world.
There are also a few pages devoted solely to advertising,anything from Dolls houses to doorstops.Some very good gift ideas.
People frequently write in to the Lady seeking advice on household and garden issues.The magazine has a page that is set aside to answer readers questions.
The Lady has been in publication for well over 120 years.
An enjoyable read which does offer a yearly subscription at the cost of £45.
The Lady magazine can be found online.
Nannies, Mother's helps, Gardeners, Cooks, retirees, tutors and suchlike people use The Lady to find jobs. The upper classes use The Lady to find staff; and to find holiday accomodation. From the October 10-16, 2000 edition Mallorca: An active retiree/s sought for lovely country house in Mallorca. Ideally suited to persons considering moving to the sun but without the hassles. Free luxury accomodation in return for some gardening and occasional baby/house sitting. You should have an independent means of income... Gabon: One bedroom apartment provided. Governess/Tutor required...work within a fully staffed palace... Friendly live-in nanny/mother's help.... North West London. After school care required... 4.30-7.30...live in or live out... HOLIDAYS: Visiting London? B&B in our charming, peaceful family home.... Visit Normandy...full board and car/driver provided..... Sri Lanka...Beachfront house...sleeps 6... BUT IT'S NOT JUST ADS. There's fashion, cookery, a short story, theatre and opera, finance, book reviews, bridge and crossword, gardening... and other items to appeal to the more mature woman. FEATURES : The achievements of women gardeners, a holiday in Eilat, history.... Some of it seems a little dull, but maybe it is what suits The Lady's older reader. The liveliest article is one on Michael Grade, who, as boss of Channel 4, once faced accusations of dumbing down. He was accused of being a 'vulgarian' and a 'showman'. Mr Grade defends himself and points out that he brought 'commercial and critical success' to Channel 4. So, is it worth buying The Lady? YES, if the adverts appeal.