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Summer is in full swing, and boy can we feel it! Thankfully the cool poniente winds are helping us stay cool enough to focus on this issue’s great articles.

Another familiar face on our cover this month as we interview Christian Hook on his recent achievements, and learn how ‘going wrong’ can sometimes lead to the best kind of ‘right’.

Karla Imossi is back with the second instalment of her piece on autism, showing us what makes her son Lawrence truly unique. As professor Stephen Shore says, “If you’ve met one individual with Autism, you’ve met one individual with Autism.”

How much sunscreen is enough sunscreen? Our beauty guru Alex answers this question for us, and relays the handy ‘fingertip unit’ method.

Now we’re sunscreened up, it’s time to suit up! Fashionista Julia has done the hard work for us, and picked out some stylish summer options to hit the beach in.

Foodie from Gib, Tara, is back with some more unmissable eateries which she discovered on a recent trip to Blighty. You’re not going to want to read this one whilst hungry…

And lastly, the monthly Seniors Tea for Two events are back with a bang! Or band, as the case may be. Last month, the Paul Riley Big Band entertained senior citizens for a free night of 40s and 50s swing music at the Theatre Café. If you, or anyone you know, is struggling for a bit of social interaction, then please do get in touch at [email protected] to be invited to the next tea.

Enjoy the issue!

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