Woman's Weekly Reviews
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Customer Woman's Weekly Reviews (6)
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 145 readings)
Women's weekly is fast becoming a magazine I look forward to reading. I have never bought it as such, since I think it is aimed at women older than me, however, my mother in law buys this magazine weekly and then passes it on to me to read, and then I in turn pass it on to my own mother. At 82p for the magazine however, I think it is a very reasonable and fair price in comparison to some of the magazine prices on the shelves today. One of the things that immediately catches your attention on the front cover is just how much it caters for the likes and interests of different women. On a recent issue that has been passed on to me, there is a picture of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 28 readings)
Having read Woman's Weekly for over 20 years I feel I have a sound knowledge of its contents. It is a very well balanced magazine with a good variety of articles. It is topical as well as having articles that celebrate our culture and heritage. It does not concentrate on sensational features about celebrities but writes about ordinary people and their wonderful achievements. You can rely on Woman's Weekly for up to date information on family health matters. The cookery articles are not too adventurous for the inexperienced cook. The fashion pages show affordable clothes for every taste. Woman's weekly is famous for its knitting and craft patterns. The knitting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/00, updated on 14/07/00 (Useful, 136 readings)
My Auntie has 1000's of these stashed away, going back to when I was a kid. They have revamped it a couple of times (it's bigger format now) but it is clearly aimed at the tea and cakes and knitting brigade. There are always a couple of stories, one of them a serial, a knitting pattern or two, and a few recipe ideas. Articles tend to cover health problems in those 40+, and interviews are with the golden oldies of music and TV. This magazine is very good value, the recipes are easy to follow and use common ingredients (no popping down the market for lemon grass) and the knitting patterns are clear and use brand names. My Auntie knits toys and baby ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/00, updated on 14/10/00 (Useful, 104 readings)
I have had the magazine for around 9 years. At times the mags have been boring and thrown away over those few years. However I normally have the mag for the toy and craft issues, as it is my hobby to make things in order to save money. There are times when I decide it is too long in the tooth and some people would even consider it a pensioners reading material. Yet there has been new blood injected in the last few years and now it is worthy of buying. Medical issues have kept me informed of recent researches and treatments. Stories long serialised or short coffee hours are there for relaxing with. Craft designs by some top knitwear and crafty companies ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/00, updated on 22/11/00 (Useful, 129 readings)
Woman's weekly is such an old magazine - no offence! I remember Woman's Weekly well, it was one of the most bought magazines in new Zealand. I remember when they had all knitting things, the recipes.... it wasn't the 'in' thing to buy. So they changed the whole magazine, it became more glitzier and covered stories about famous people as well as the general public. Unfortunately, this is all over in New Zealand, and I really used to envy the people in the United Kingdom - because they got all the free gifts! I remember it well, when I was a youngster and didn't really know about the strength of the pound, looking at ... Read the complete review
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