Thursday, 21 August 2014

Korean-American BBQ treats at Old Bengal Bar

There may be a chill in the air, but we're not giving up on summer just yet!  And we've found the perfect place for a relaxed after-work dinner: the terrace of Old Bengal Bar near Bishopsgate is currently hosting a pop-up Busan BBQ, mixing bold Korean flavours with American diner classics such as chicken wings and pork ribs. 



We especially loved the delicious Busan Burger, dunked in Bolgogi sauce (basically a spicy Korean marinade!) which went perfectly with a summery Highway Lights cocktail (including Tanqueray Tin, pink grapefruit juice and  a soda top). With big umbrellas and comfortable chairs, the stylish decked terrace is the perfect spot to enjoy a barbeque, come rain or shine (plus if you're passing, you can pop in for a take-out too).



Make sure you catch the Busan guys while you can - their last residency dates are 25th and 26th August. http://www.oldbengalbar.co.uk/whats-on-liverpool-street/events/busan-bbq-old-bengal-bar/




Homage at the Waldorf Hilton - one of the many reasons to visit the North Bank

We've recently been exploring London's North Bank - the neighbourhood around Aldwych and the Strand, which was once home to celebrated institutions such as the former HQ of the BBC World Service at Bush House.  The area's become a little down-at-heel in recent years, but money is being invested in re-branding it, to rival its popular sibling south of the river. Plus it's already got lots to offer, including historic Somerset House, lovely Embankment Gardens just in front of the Savoy, theatres such as the Aldwych and the nearby Waldorf Hilton Hotel (which was built during the Edwardian era, and has a suitably elegant interior).

The Waldorf Hilton Hotel's elegant exterior



With its imposing architecture (and a distinctly less frenetic feel than the South Bank), North Bank is the perfect location for a Sunday stroll. And after a recent promenade in the sunshine, we booked a table in the Waldorf Hilton's Homage restaurant for dinner. 


Homage restaurant - a grand place to dine! 


The set menu offers simple classic dishes - created by new head chef Robert Prendergast. We especially enjoyed the Salad of rare Scottish beef with horseradish cream followed by the well-cooked tender pork chop and red cabbage with prune gravy and sage potato. And the warm flourless chocolate cake was the perfectly light dose of sweetness to finish off the meal! The grand dining room - all chandeliers and stylish columns, and with comfortable banquettes  - is ideal for a pre-theatre dinner. We thought it would be the perfect place to take our parents when they next come to stay!

www.waldorf.hilton.com or to make a reservation call +44 20 7836 2400 



Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Biju – totally our cup of (bubble) tea

Bubble tea rooms are popping up all over the place, but we’ve been particularly taken by Biju on Old Compton Street in Soho.


Mixing bubble tea, cocktail-style


Also known as pearl milk tea, the drink was invented in Taiwan and combines tea with fruit or milk, and contains chewy tapioca balls. But when Biju entrepreneur Nick Phan visited Taiwan to do bubble background research, he decided to give his teas a uniquely fresh twist – Biju’s USPs are that they brew new tea for every customer (their slogan is ‘never stewed, always freshly brewed’) and they always use fresh organic milk (rather than powered), with fruit toppings and nectars (no artificial sweeteners) for flavouring.


Lots of delicious flavours to choose from!


The colourful zig-zags on the tea room’s walls match the array of colourful drinks on offer. We loved the Chai Milk Tea (with cardamon and cinnamon – it made us feel kind of Christmassy) and the refreshing Lychee Coconut Water and Honeydew Melon Milk with sweet Egg Caramel Pudding topping. Our 16-year-old work-experience student Sam was especially keen on the Chocolate Milk with Dark Chocolate Sauce (so keen in fact, that he was reluctant to let us have even a sip!) As he said, ‘Biju Chocolate Milk is literally ten times better than milkshake! I’m definitely going to bring my friends here.’ Plus we were fascinated to learn that the tea gets its name not from the bubble-like tapioca balls (as we’d always assumed), but from the fact that it’s shaken cocktail-style. Very cool…. 


Work-experience student Sam experiences Biju bubble tea!



Please visit www.bijububbletea.com for more information.

Rosalind Lowe

Free yoga in the park from Lululemon athletica: Serpentine Summer Sunset

Lululemon, a sportswear brand offering luxury yoga and running-wear at affordable prices, is offering a complimentary yoga class for all levels led by the Lululemon ambassador, Celest Pereira.

It will take place against the stunning backdrop of the Serpentine Pavilion in Hyde Park - the perfect way to relax both body and mind. You then have the chance to share drinks and canapes with your fellow yogis whilst admiring the sunset.

This will follow on from the brand's previous event The Movement outside the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and promises to be equally successful.

Admission is on a first come, first served basis so there is no need to RSVP though it might be worth getting there early to claim one of  300 highly prized spots!

Serpentine Pavilion, Hyde Park
Class from 7:30-8:30

Warning: side affects may include severe relaxation!

By Flora Scott-Barrett

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Why we love working next door to Le Pain Quotidien

We’ve long been fans of Le Pain Quotidien here on YOU magazine. Indeed our Kensington office looks out on to the Young Street restaurant, which is super-handy when we need a coffee and cake fix!

Our friendly local branch of Le Pain Quotidien

What we really love about LPQ, though, is that they combine indulgent with healthy so perfectly. We’re always especially keen to try their seasonal specials – which use the freshest fruit and veg, and ensure we never tire of the menu. On a recent lunch outing, we shared some dishes from the Summer Specials menu: a fresh and filling British Heritage Tomato & Mozzarella di Bufala Panzanella Salad (with LPQ’s trademark sourdough on the side) and Avocado Toast Tartine (with mashed avocado and super-seeds, but so divine we could hardly believe it was good for us too). From the regular menu, we ordered one of our favourite dishes – the  Home Baked Spinach & Three Cheeses Tart.  And all was washed down with a 1-a-Day Green Juice (fresh pressed daily with seasonal greens, celery, orange, apple, lime and ginger).


We didn't just restrict ourselves to our favourite Strawberry Victoria Sponge (right)


So that was the (deliciously) healthy bit, but we never can leave LPQ without sharing a bite of something sweet too (every branch has its own pastry chef, and their creations are fabulously tempting.) Our current favourite? The summery Strawberry Victoria Sponge filled with British strawberries, organic cream and strawberry jam. And we made sure we had that caffeine fix too….cappuccino served in a cute LPQ coffee bowl.
http://www.lepainquotidien.co.uk/

You can take LPQ goodies home with you too


Features Desk

Monday, 18 August 2014

Deliciously juicy pop-up at Avenue in Mayfair

Organic cold-pressed juices are hugely popular in health-conscious New York, so when Radiance Cleanse launched their first pop-up, it's not surprising they chose to do so at Manhattan-style restaurant Avenue in Mayfair, where their juices complement the brunch menu perfectly. 



Until end October, the Radiance pop-up is offering their luxury blends to drink in or take away, including the bespoke Rise and Shine (a deliciously zingy mix of pineapple, orange, lemon, ginger and turmeric root  created exclusively for Avenue) and the hearty Deep Roots (beautiful beetroot-red,  and with subtle tones of fennel as well as courgette, apple and broccoli).  

The juices went perfectly with the fresh flavours of our appetiser of compressed watermelon salad, cucumber, mint and fresh goat's cheese, which was a deliciously healthy start to the day. But since we were brunching on a lazy Saturday morning, we also treated ourselves to the wonderfully indulgent Eggs Españoles with spicy tomato, chorizo and organic yogurt. And who could resist the Buttermilk Pancake stack with maple syrup and streaky bacon?!


The Radiance Cleanse juices make the soft drink option super-appealing but to spice things up, the London-based brand has also collaborated with Avenue's bar team to create four juice-infused cocktails including Deep Roots Bloody Mary, a blend of the Radiance Juice with Avenue's house Bloody Mary mix and vodka. The healthy juice cancels out the alcohol hit - or, at least that's what we're telling ourselves!

www.avenue-restaurant.co.uk/

Rosalind Lowe

Competition: See what happened when our lucky competition winner went for a 'Mind Makeover'!

In our issue of 25th May we offered one lucky reader the chance to win a ‘Mind Makeover’ with the inspirational Sharron Lowe.   Sharron – the author of The Mind Makeover, which we serialised in YOU - can show you how to turn your life around by banishing those negative thoughts that hold us back.  Sharron has worked as a success coach with some of the best known luxury brands in the world including Chanel, Clinique and Dior, and has generated millions of pounds for these companies by giving their employees their very own ‘Mind Makeover’, thus helping them recognise and attain their full potential.  Not only does Sharron coach some of the most prestigious companies across the globe, she also works with Centrepoint, a charity based in London which helps the young and homeless, where she gives workshops for disadvantaged young women, showing them how - despite their circumstances – they can make positive changes such as re-taking exams or learning a new skill.


Sharron with Sophie


Sophie, our winner, was already a big fan of Sharron after reading her advice as she felt it had ‘struck a chord’, and was therefore over the moon when she learned she had won a one-to-one Mind Makeover session with Sharron herself.  Describing it afterwards as ‘the most inspiring meeting [she had] ever had in [her] entire life’, Sophie says it has ‘given her a completely different perspective on life’.  Sharron comments, ‘many people allow FEAR to dilute and hold back their career progression and their potential, life joy, and fulfilment.  Sophie’s Mind Makeover session turned FEAR into “False evidence that appears real” and she left at the end of her session – in her own words - “with a completely new outlook on things that have stopped me in the past from achieving my full potential, and living with my highest levels of joy, confidence and self-belief ever’.
If you would like to take control of your life, create a positive inner voice, stop negative influences ruling your decisions, and build your confidence and self-belief then just click the link below to purchase ‘The Mind Makeover’ by Sharron Lowe.












Neon Jumble: Get the Look

Love the pop culture pick 'n' mix in this weekend's fashion story? Now get the look for less....







              Dress, £28, Topshop                 Polo neck, £22.50, Marks and Spencer



          Coat, £159, Zara                                             Top, £15, Monki



 Joggers, £32, Topshop                             Sweatshirt, £30, Topshop


Emily Dawes



Fashion: Neon jumble & Behind the Scenes Video

Pile on the ker-pow prints and supermarket slogans – it’s a pop culture pick ’n’ mix.

Leather Coat, £5,050; lurex and wool top, £440, and lurex and wool skirt, £385, all Miu Miu
Leather Coat, £5,050; lurex and wool top, £440, and lurex and wool skirt, £385, all Miu Miu

Wool Coat, £1,325, Sportmax.
cotton jumper, £110, Etre Cécile, from Selfridges. Leather leggings, £450, from a selection at Francis Leon. Hat, £542, Maria Francesca Pepe + Wool and the Gang, from luisaviaroma.com. Tweed Boots, 
£675, Chanel
Wool Coat, £1,325, Sportmax. cotton jumper, £110, Etre Cécile, from Selfridges. Leather leggings, £450, from a selection at Francis Leon. Hat, £542, Maria Francesca Pepe + Wool and the Gang, from luisaviaroma.com. Tweed Boots, £675, Chanel

Satin and wool coat, £995, Edeline Lee, from Mouki Mou. Cashmere and wool Jumper, £405, Moschino. 
leather trousers, £545, Francis Leon, from Brown Thomas. Leather Belt, £80, Tara Jarmon. Leather Bag, £595, Anya Hindmarch. Ring, from a 
selection, Mawi
Satin and wool coat, £995, Edeline Lee, from Mouki Mou. Cashmere and wool Jumper, £405, Moschino. leather trousers, £545, Francis Leon, from Brown Thomas. Leather Belt, £80, Tara Jarmon. Leather Bag, £595, Anya Hindmarch. Ring, from a selection, Mawi

Satin and cotton dress, £700, and rubberised leather trainers, £340, both Marc by Marc Jacobs. Rollneck top, £25, American Apparel. 
Cashmere top (sleeves seen), £319, Crumpet. Socks, £8, Happy Socks, 
from Selfridges
Satin and cotton dress, £700, and rubberised leather trainers, £340, both Marc by Marc Jacobs. Rollneck top, £25, American Apparel. Cashmere top (sleeves seen), £319, Crumpet. Socks, £8, Happy Socks, from Selfridges

Photographer Johan Hart
Fashion Editor Hannah Hughes
Fashion assistant Alisha Hockenjos
Make-up Kenneth Soh at Frank Agency using Giorgio Armani Cosmetics and Skincare
Hair Heath Massi at Frank Agency using Hair Rehab London
Model Sophie D at Union
Producer Lucy Coghlan
Shot on location at Gods Own Junkyard, godsownjunkyard.co.uk

Stockists
american apparel, americanapparel.net
anya hindmarch, anyahindmarch.com
Brown thomas, brownthomas.com
Chanel, 020 7493 5040
crumpet,crumpetcashmere.com
Francis leon, francisleon.com
marc jacobs, marcjacobs.com
Mawi, mawi.co.uk
miu miu, miumiu.com
Moschino, 020 7318 0555
mouki mou, moukimou.com
Selfridges, 0800 123400
sportmax, sportmax.com
tara jarmon, 020 3445 0378


Who's that girl? Karen Millen AW campaign teaser

Karen Millen have released a teaser video for their AW campaign, whilst keeping its celebrity stars identity hidden.
However, the video does include two of our favorite models and huge fashion names, Lara Mullen and Rosie Tapner so we cannot wait to see the final line up!
The star of the campaign is released on Saturday 26th August, we wait with baited breath and will share as soon as we have more news!


video

Lucy Coghlan

Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Experimenting with ice cream

Ice cream season is in full swing, but with almost half of the UK population suffering from tooth sensitivity, not everyone is enjoying their summer cone. So when contemporary foodsmiths Bompas & Parr invited us down to their studios to put Colgate’s innovative Sensitive Pro-Relief toothpaste to the test with ‘The World’s Most Sensitising Ice Cream’, we leapt at the chance.

A tongue-tingling selection of ingredients to flavour our ice cream

Their flavoursome invention is packed with some of the most common triggers for sensitive teeth including peppermint, cooling erythritol, raspberry chilli ripple and a Szechuan button – a tiny yellow flowerbud which promised to deliver the ultimate tingling sensation. Naturally we tested it, and after 5 minutes of pins and needles in our mouths, it’s safe to say we were convinced that Bompas & Parr’s ice-cream would be the ultimate challenge. 

Stirring liquid nitrogen into our base mix made for a delicious dessert

Like most people I do have fairly sensitive teeth, but after a quick rub with some of the pioneering toothpaste, I did find that there was a noticeable difference to my sensitivity. Despite the huge amount of ice cream we managed to get though, Colgate’s Sensitive Pro-Relief protected everyone’s teeth perfectly. The immediate change we felt is because the toothpaste contains a naturally-occurring amino acid along with calcium carbonate, which combines and acts as a plug to block the microscopic channels in your teeth which lead down to the nerves. Voila – instant relief!

The tiny channels in our teeth which lead to the nerve were blocked off

About the ice cream
The World’s Most Sensitising Ice Cream can be sampled at the following locations:
-    Foodies Festival Battersea Park, London, 15-17th August
-    BBC GFS Winter NEC Birmingham, 27-30th November


Bompas & Parr ended our evening with a bang!

Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief, £3.79, at all major supermarkets 

Alice Robertson

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Delectable Duo: Selfridges' Denim Studio joins forces with Ashley Williams to celebrate its 1st anniversary

Any store that chooses canary yellow as their signature colour is clearly mildly crazy, absolutely fabulous - and definitely not lacking in a sense of humour. It comes as no surprise, then, that Selfridges has teamed up with tongue-in-cheek, celeb-fave designer Ashley Williams to celebrate the 1st anniversary of its Denim Studio.






















If there was ever a time to channel your inner Calamity Jane, now would be the moment. Take your pick from this 8-piece exclusive capsule collection; whether its a dancing girl embroidered on the thigh of your jeans, or a cropped jacket depicting not one but two horses (with their manes acting for some serious fringing on the sleeves).

Williams' mainline collection (launching in September) is already tipped to be a fashion hit, so our advice is to get yourselves ahead to of the game and make a bee line for Selfridges Denim Studio on 14th August. With just 100 pieces produced, you'reare guaranteeing an original autumn staple before anyone else can get their hands on AW14 Ashley Williams.Yes it's wild, but it is also seriously sassy and seriously cool. You heard it here first...

Jemima McCrystal

Monday, 11 August 2014

Restaurant review – tea time treats at Kingsway Hall Hotel

After a successful shopping trip to Covent Garden, we were gasping for refreshment and very happy to discover the delights of afternoon tea in Kingsway Hall Hotel (conveniently situated on Great Queen Street, so not too far to schlepp with our bags, and with a very reasonably-priced menu - which was also welcome after our spending spree!) 

The area was buzzing, but the hotel’s restaurant was wonderfully tranquil and relaxed. We toasted the lovely summer weather (as well as our lovely autumn purchases…) with a glass of champagne, before moving on to our ‘first course’ of delicious finger sandwiches from the bottom layer of our cake stand. (Our friendly waiter let us know that guests under 12 always reach for the cakes on the top layer first…) 

YOU's Rosalind Lowe, right, and her friend Miranda

We ordered seconds of our favourites (cucumber and sea salt on basil bread; smoked salmon, lemon and chive cream cheese on dark rye bread), but made sure we saved space for the gorgeous cakes, freshly baked by the hotel’s pastry chef. We especially loved the scones, still warm from the oven, and the mixed berry tart.

Under-12s start with the top tier; grown-ups (mainly) work from the bottom up
 

Afterwards, we worked off (some of…) the calories with an early evening stroll around nearby Lincoln’s Inn Fields (Our favourite ‘secret’ garden – the beautiful Inner Temple Garden – is a also a pleasant stroll away from Kingsway Hall, though its gates are only open to the public for a couple of hours each week day -  which just adds to the allure.) With Drury Lane close by in the other direction, the hotel’s afternoon tea makes the perfect pre-theatre treat too (tea is served until 7pm).

These didn't last long!


Frocks, scones, tea, herbaceous borders…Really, it was a perfect (girlie) day.

Afternoon Tea at Kingsway Hall Hotel starts from £19.95 per person, a champagne tea (with a glass of fizz) starts from £28.95. Kingsway Hall, 66 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5BX: http://www.kingswayhall.co.uk . Inner Temple Garden is normally open 12.30-3pm each weekday: http://www.innertemple.org.uk/the-inner-temple-garden

Rosalind Lowe


Fashion: Super-sassy sweep

Make the aisles your catwalk in the new season’s most desirable pieces. 

COTTON DRESS, £870; WOOL-BLEND COAT, £1,600, and FUR COLLAR, £1,060, all Marni. BAG, £2,310, Louis Vuitton
COTTON DRESS, £870; WOOL-BLEND COAT, £1,600, and FUR COLLAR, £1,060, all Marni. BAG, £2,310, Louis Vuitton
EMBROIDERED SILK TOP, £5,100; EMBROIDERED SILK SKIRT, £7,600; WOOL COLLAR, £270, and SHOES, price on request, all Christian Dior
EMBROIDERED SILK TOP, £5,100; EMBROIDERED SILK SKIRT, £7,600; WOOL COLLAR, £270, and SHOES, price on request, all Christian Dior
DRESS, £755, Osman, from Selfridges. SILK SCARF, £95; YELLOW BAG, £1,295, and CORNFLAKE CLUTCH, £995, all Anya Hindmarch. LEATHER GLOVES, £360, Carven. SHOES, £695, Christian Louboutin
DRESS, £755, Osman, from Selfridges. SILK SCARF, £95; YELLOW BAG, £1,295, and CORNFLAKE CLUTCH, £995, all Anya Hindmarch. LEATHER GLOVES, £360, Carven. SHOES, £695, Christian Louboutin
TWEED JACKET, £3,170; TWEED COAT, £4,755; BLUE VELVET BAG, £1,045, and SILVER BUMBAG (over shoulder, just seen), £1,070, all Chanel
TWEED JACKET, £3,170; TWEED COAT, £4,755; BLUE VELVET BAG, £1,045, and SILVER BUMBAG (over shoulder, just seen), £1,070, all Chanel
SILK AND WOOL DRESS, £1,130, Holly Fulton. EARRINGS, £270, Mawi. SHEARLING BAG, £1,295, Matthew Williamson
SILK AND WOOL DRESS, £1,130, Holly Fulton. EARRINGS, £270, Mawi. SHEARLING BAG, £1,295, Matthew Williamson
WOOL COAT, £750; WOOL TROUSERS, £750, and SILK KNIT JUMPER (just seen), £470, Tod's. Daz clutch, £795, and BLUE CLUTCH, £795, both Anya Hindmarch. SHOES, £422, Pollini
WOOL COAT, £750; WOOL TROUSERS, £750, and SILK KNIT JUMPER (just seen), £470, Tod's. Daz clutch, £795, and BLUE CLUTCH, £795, both Anya Hindmarch. SHOES, £422, Pollini

STOCKISTS
Anya Hindmarch, anyahindmarch.com
Carven, 020 7225 7110
Chanel, 020 7493 5040
christian Dior, 020 7172 0172
Christian Louboutin, 0843 227 4322
Holly Fulton, hollyfulton.com
Louis Vuitton, 020 7399 4050
Marni, 020 7542 9520
Matthew Williamson, matthewwilliamson.com
Mawi, mawi.co.uk
Pollini, pollini.com
Selfridges, selfridges.com
Tod’s, tods.com

Style Editor Philippa Bloom
Photography Diana Gomez
Fashion assistant Krissy Turner
Make-up Jose Bass using Chanel Vitalumière Loose Powder and A/W 2014
Hair Choccy at One Represents using Kiehl’s Stylist Series
Model Michon Van As at Next Model Management
Producer Lucy Coghlan
Set designer Kila Carr-Ince
Set assistants Tamara Venn, Phoebe Shakespeare

Friday, 8 August 2014

Two reasons to hot foot it to Bicester Village

Apologies for the awful pun, but there is nothing that gets the YOU fashion team more excited than shoes and the news of about two new pop-up boutiques opening in Bicester sends any literary prowess out the window.

Joining Bicester’s already impressive roster is the fashion pack favourite Nicholas Kirkwood, the three time British Fashion Award winner, who’s modern designs are known for utilising unexpected fabrics and show stopping details. An effortless way to add a style edge to any outfit, the store is open now until mid October.

Nicholas Kirkwood 

From the 10th August, the world renowned footwear brand GINA will also be joining the Bicester edit with their first UK outlet. Celebrating their 60th anniversary of production in the UK, their designs are synonymous with Hollywood glamour and wonderfully indulgent detailing perfect for a special occasion.  

GINA
So apart from the lovely weather you now have two more excuses to venture into the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, you’re welcome!


Lucy Coghlan

A Vintage Life

In this month's Heart Home magazine, YOU's Art Editor Helen shows us around her very vintage home, full of kitsch collectibles and curiosities...




To read the full feature go to www.hearthomemag.co.uk 

Thursday, 7 August 2014

YOU Readers' day out with Celebrity Cruises & Breast Cancer Care

Regular readers of YOU magazine will know that we are keen supporters of the charity Breast Cancer Care. We were thrilled to team up with luxury cruise line Celebrity Cruises for a readers’ event on-board the stunning Celebrity Eclipse in Southampton on Saturday 2 August. 

80 readers joined us for a day of pampering, fine dining and sheer relaxation thanks to Celebrity Cruises. We joined Celebrity Eclipse just before it left on a two week cruise around the Mediterranean.


YOU Magazine Celebrity Cruises
L-R Faye Whitnall - Special Events Manager Breast Cancer Care, Emma Pontin - Celebrity Eclipse Godmother, Jo Rzymowksa – Managing Director UK & Ireland Celebrity Cruises, Sue Peart – YOU magazine Editor, Fiona Macleod – Special Events Officer Breast Cancer Care 

Guests were treated to champagne, manicures and the chance to explore what life is like for those holidaying at sea. The new Canyon Ranch spa on-board Celebrity Eclipse ensured we were sold.

The most memorable part of the day was the chance to hear more from charity Breast Cancer Care and those who have very personal experiences of the disease.

It was an honour to be joined by award-winning yachtswoman, Emma Pontin. Emma holds the prestigious role of being Godmother to Celebrity Eclipse, something usually reserved for royalty and Hollywood’s elite. Speaking inspiringly about her own experiences of breast cancer, Emma ensured there wasn't a dry eye in the house. 

YOU Magazine, Celebrity cruises and Breast Cancer care event - enjoying lunch
YOU readers enjoy a lovely lunch onboard

Emma was chosen as Godmother to Celebrity Eclipse as part of Celebrity Cruises’ long term work with breast cancer awareness charities. Celebrity Cruises continued the tradition at the event with a generous £10,000 donation to Breast Cancer Care welcomed by cheers from the attending readers. 

You can find out more about the work of Breast Cancer Care here.