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Upstairs Downstairs down and out Downton Abbey wins the battle of the period dramas as Upstairs Downstairs is axed by the BBC. Despite a budget of £900,000, the final episode of series 2 only managed to attract 4.5 million viewers, while the the...
15 Iconic English Tourist Attractions
From Land’s End to Hadrian’s Wall, there’s a multitude of historic highlights and natural hotspots that appeal to tourists and nationals alike. Here's a selection of 15 of our favourite English Tourist Attractions: 1. Stonehenge (pictured above) This...
The Daily: May 25
Tasteless tomatoes The increase in tasteless tomatoes has sparked research into why mass-produced tomatoes are so bland. It seems key to this dilemma is the fact that many grow to produce greater quantity over taste. A panel of tasters were employed...
For father, dear father...
Gentleman’s spa The four-star Crowne Plaza Gerrard’s Cross Hotel has had a £20m revamp and now offers spa treats for men in its Wave Spa And Wellness Centre. With a 15-metre pool, sauna and steam room, fitness suite and five treatment rooms – including...
Find your own winter wonderland
East Anglesey Abbey, Garden and Lode Mill, Cambridgeshire The Winter Garden at Anglesey Abbey bursts with life at this time of year. Designed specifically with plants that give winter colour, texture and fragrance, it is a beautiful sight to be enjoyed...
EASTENDERS? It was THE LADY that changed my life
On New Year’s Day 2012, millions of Britons went into mourning. After spending a quarter of a century in our living rooms as a key character in EastEnders, Pat Butcher was dead. Sometimes an actor becomes inextricably intertwined with their role. And...
Garden heroines
This week, two women take centre stage in my column, entrepreneurs whose energy and staying power have converted ideas for improving the lot of the gardener into remarkable businesses. The first is Kim Stead, whom I met last year at the Chelsea Flower...
Book Reviews: 27 January
OUT NOW THE KEEPER OF LOST THINGS by Ruth Hogan (Two Roads, £16.99) The back stories, real or imagined, of lost-and- found objects form the centrepiece of this exquisite, absorbing novel, a potent cocktail of insightful psychological realism, whimsy...
National Trust Winter Walks
Winter is the perfect time to wrap up warm, throw on some wellies and get out on an invigorating winter walk. What better way to celebrate the festive season? Blow away the December cobwebs while rambling along blustery coastal paths, or take a stroll...
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 10 June
Dear Thomas, I hesitate to raise the painful subject of barbecues once again. The acrid smoke when they are first lit is not pleasant – especially pouring in at my bedroom window. But I am not at all certain that there is any solid ground for...
Book reviews: 29 April
OUT NOW ALL AT SEA by Decca Aitkenhead (Fourth Estate, £16.99; offer price, £14.99) When award-winning Guardian journalist Decca Aitkenhead left her photographer husband for a dreadlocked, drugdealing career criminal, she recognised that she was...
Go South West
Devon gardens South Devon’s prettiest and newest gardens will open for guests at the Thurlestone Hotel as part of its South Devon Gardens Tour (15-20 May). Over five days, guests will visit Heathercombe in a tranquil wood on Dartmoor and Mothecombe...
Christmas Travel Breaks
CARIBBEAN CHRISTMAS (pictured above) Enjoy Christmas in the sunny Caribbean with Celebrity Cruises. There will be plenty of festive treats on board the Celebrity Reflection liner, including Christmas dinner and live shows. The nine-night East Caribbean...
Glorious Gardens
Nidd Hall Hotel, North Yorkshire Reputedly where Edward VIII met Wallace Simpson, this 1820s Grade II-listed building is set in 45 acres of parkland and gardens, surrounded by the dramatic Yorkshire Dales. Warner Leisure Hotels offers three nights at...
Small Festivals Guide
Literature and Arts Salisbury International Arts Festival This friendly gathering offers the best from international music, dance, theatre and literature in the ancient town of Salisbury, just a stone’s throw from Stonehenge. Where Salisbury,...
West Country
MOUNT GARDENS The new Explore The Gardens event throws a spotlight on the unique gardens of St Michael’s Mount, where exotic plants have thrived since 1780. Visitors have a chance to meet one of the gardening team, including head gardener Lottie Allen,...
It’s going to be a very special show this year: the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, or ‘Chelsea’, as gardeners tend to call it, is celebrating its centenary, with RHS vice president Alan Titchmarsh launching the RHS Chelsea Centenary Appeal to raise £1m for...

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Boarders Dormitory Master-Mistress
We are looking to appoint a Dormitory Mistress/Master for 5 nights per week, weekday evenings and nights only, term time. (35 weeks). [...]


Housekeeper to Headmaster
We have an opportunity for an experienced live-out housekeeper. You will provide a cleaning and hospitality service for the Headmaster and his guests and help to ensure the household runs efficiently. [...]


Full Time Housekeeper, Nanny
We are looking for a full time, live-out housekeeper/nanny. We are a relaxed young couple living in a large country house, and will have one newborn baby. [...]


Experienced Carer, Companion, Housekeeper needed
Our elderly mother needs a live in carer/companion on a part time basis. Must be warm hearted, calm & compassionate, with a good sense of humour. [...]


Live-in Housekeeper
Our client is looking for a very capable, experienced individual to become the new housekeeper at their 6 bedroom, rural home. [...]




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