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The Story Of Friday Mackenzie

Ruth Spencer shares the legend of one talented New Zealand sheepdog.

3 mins read
People’s Friend Specials
Issue 135

The Money Tree

A Chinese legend is the focus of this inspiring short story.

9 mins read
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It's A Date!

This humorous short story by Sandra Beswetherick takes place at a summer fête.

7 mins read
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Knit Together

A family shares a hobby in this engaging short 

8 mins read
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Issue 141

Something To Read

Martin Edmonton from Plympton Academy explains how he’s hoping to improve prison literacy with a little help from the “Friend”.

3 mins read
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Issue 141

One Red Balloon

Belief comes from within in this charming short story

4 mins read
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Issue 141

When You're Smiling

This uplifting short story by Leonora Francis welcomes you to a brand-new Special.

10+ mins read
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Issue 140

Sunshine After The Rain

The blue umbrella stood out from the rest, promising better days to come.

7 mins read
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Spreading Dinosaur Joy Is Now My Full-Time Career

Nicky Dee never tires of writing about her passion . . . 

2 mins read
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Wonderful Willow

This enthralling short story by Kitty-Lydia Dye welcomes you to our brand-new Special.

10+ mins read
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Snapping Squirrels

Polly Pullar shares her excitement about a new book on one of her favourite animals. 

3 mins read
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Stories Told In Glass

Willie Shand finds out more about the ancient art of stained-glass work.

6 mins read
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On White Sands

Celia Kay Andrew’s sparkling short story is set in the Caribbean.It was going to be a beautiful wedding, in the most beautiful location . . .

5 mins read
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In Brookmarsh Woods

Rain or shine, off we’d go. Even when Dad’s pace got slower . . . 

7 mins read
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Surf's Up

I was trying something new, but I would have to wait and see how it would turn out! 

8 mins read
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Issue 143

The Beach In Bali

A couple face troubles together in this moving short story by Kay Seeley.

4 mins read
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Getting The Message

A plan is required in this lighthearted short story by Keith Havers.

4 mins read
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Festive Celebrations

THERE’S a festive buzz in the air at National Trust properties as the days shorten. Even when skies are grey, some of our best-loved heritage sites bask in a special warm atmosphere as Christmas approaches.

5 mins read
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A Festive Favourite

How did Britain’s favourite bird become associated with Christmas? Nina Hoole finds out.

2 mins read
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Issue 149

Destination Denmark

Neil McAllister visits Copenhagen’s festive markets . . .

4 mins read
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A Penny And A Sugar Mouse

Kath Reynolds recalls the excitement of Christmases past.

2 mins read
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Hooray For Herons!

Wendy Turner finds out more about a British success story.

3 mins read
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I Regard This Job As A Huge Privilege

English Heritage’s Kate Mavor shares her enthusiasm for history and her work with Gillian Thornton.

5 mins read
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My Legs Won't See The Light Of Day Now Until May!

Amanda Owen reveals the challenges of being a Yorkshire shepherdess in winter.

7 mins read
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There Are Just So Many Stories To Tell!

Susie Kearley chats to David Eaves, visitor manager at Kenil Worth’s Stoneleigh Abbey.

4 mins read
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By The King's Highway

BOTH the smallest and the second smallest counties in Scotland – Clackmannanshire and Kinross-shire – share as their northern boundary the rolling green hills of the Ochils.

4 mins read
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Britain's Rescue Cats

WHEN I began to research our book about rescue cats and cat rescuers, I, too, felt a bit lost.

2 mins read
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Now You See Her

The shores of Loch Ness are often crowded with people hoping to catch a glimpse of Nessie . . .

7 mins read
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The Colour Purple

The bike was very distinctive – until it disappeared! 

9 mins read
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Skelling Michael

This unique Irish heritage site has scarcely changed for several hundred years. Steve Newman braved the crossing to find out more.

4 mins read
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