It is thought that the first lace industry was developed in Flanders in the early 14th century.
Carole's charming and optimistic tale, Bright Penny, really shone amongst the entries; her captivating storyline brought to life by her wonderful writing style.
It was my local council who, as I entered the second half of my sixth decade, unknowingly launched me into a new career.
Pickwell Manor in North Devon is every kid's paradise, with tons of fun outdoor and indoor activities to appeal to their sense of curiosity and adventure. Tracey from Pickwell shares her top 10 ideas for making autumn fun.
A short tale of a dog's adventure, written by professional dog walker and member of our over 50s Facebook group, GiddyCafe.
With growing concern about an obesity epidemic amongst pets, the finger is sometimes pointed at overweight owners. Running with your dog is a great way for you to both stay fit.
Times are evolving for the over 50s and with technology changing how we live our lives, the chasm between the values held between the older generation and young has never appeared so great.
What a wonderful surprise to win the competition. What a delightful opportunity for some quality mother and daughter time in beautiful surroundings.
Knitting is going through a renaissance but have you ever wondered how it all began? It has such an interesting history dating back thousands of years.
Led by artists based at the Albany Arts Centre, this creative day club for over 60s is breaking boundaries in London.
Self-publishing is the buzz word within the publishing industry. Jane Rowland, from Matador, a leading UK self-publishing company explains why.