NN January 2016
From the Editor
So, it’s all over – the family gatherings, the over-indulgence and the money spending. For another year at least! Welcome to 2016 and our fifth edition of NN Pulse magazine; we hope you are enjoying the read. Over the past few months we have had lots of entries to the competitions we have run and well done if you were successful. If not, we have plenty more lined up for this year, kicking off in this edition with two pairs of tickets at The Stables in Milton Keynes. See page 39 for details.
This month we take a look at Stoke Bruerne. If you haven’t visited this charming little village in South Northamptonshire then you really are missing out on a treat. There are some lovely walks and great places to eat and drink along the canal. There is even a museum, a gift shop and a blacksmith – it’s the perfect place to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon. Turn to page 33 to find out more.
If you’re feeling a bit flush then Adam Tudor-Lane reviews the Rolls Royce Ghost while Chris and Nadine from Canons Ashby House offer advice for gardening in January, which is all about dreams of Summer planting. We mark the annual celebration of Scotland's national poet Robert Burns with an insight into the Scottish tradition that is Burns Night and The Greedy Geezers show us how to make the perfect Cock-a-leekie soup.
We have a a feature on Mr Aston Martin – Desmond J Smail - see page 26, as well as the usual film releases and reviews, stars and puzzles. Remember to get in touch, if you’re hosting any events from February onwards as we can help you publicise them in our What’s On guide.
I’d like to take this opportunity to say Happy New Year to all of our readers, advertisers and contributors and to thank you all for your support during 2015. If you want to contribute to the magazine in any way, please get in touch. You can email us or look out for us on Social Media – search for Pulse Magazine on Facebook or Twitter and you’ll find us.
See you all in February when love will be in the air!