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LIVE 24-SEVEN -COMMENT


MANAGING EDITOR


Katie McPhilimey katie@live24-seven.com 07726 600 247


WELCOME TO L I V E 2 4 - S E V EN


LIVE24 IN STAFFORDSHIRE & THE WEST MIDLANDS // MARCH 2018


The first spot of sunshine, albeit on a cold day, and I revelled in putting on my sunnies as I headed out to a cookery school (yes me actually venturing into the kitchen), it felt like spring had finally clicked…thankfully. To reflect the welcome change in season we have a host of new season inspiration across every section of this magazine, from fashion and beauty to dining and interiors.


LI VE 2 4 - SEVEN – THE MIDL ANDS PREMIER LUXURY LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE


SALES DIRECTOR


Sharon Napper s.napper@hotmail.co.uk 07980 313 916


For this issue, I had the pleasure of chatting to Katie Piper, the victim of an horrific acid attack in 2008. After literally hundreds of operations and emotional trauma, she has gone on to be a TV presenter, business woman, mother and head of a charity supporting people with injuries similar to her own, plus she’s also an author of several books. I chatted to Katie about her new book ‘From Mother to Daughter: The Things I’d Tell My Child’, that she wrote with her mother Diane. A self-help guide to parenting, the book also includes previously unseen extracts from Diane’s private diary that she kept whilst Katie was recovering from the attack. This book offers advice on tackling so many issues, from social media to eating disorders and bullying. Having met Katie previously, I can confirm that she is an inspiration to many and after everything that she and her mother have gone through, I’m sure they are well-placed to offer advice on many subjects.


SALES MANAGER Tina Thomas-Bassett tina@live24-seven.com 07980 830084


Fact: I love my bedroom; it’s dramatic, with a large chandelier hovering over a carved French bed with marble ensuite and a slightly disorganised dressing room, but it’s me through and through. A haven to relax in after a long day, your bedroom is one of the rooms in your home where you can truly reflect your personality and in this issue we have a feature that includes all the suppliers you need to create your bedroom bliss…


With International Women’s Day falling in March, as well as Mother’s Day, the team and I want to send out love to all the special women in our lives and let’s not forget the men who truly covet them…


Enjoy reading this issue, much love Katie & team xxx


www.live24-seven.com


SALES CONSULTANT Louise Bennett louise.live24seven@outlook.com 07957 660295


@Live24Seven MANY THANKS TO OUR CONTRIBUTORS


Lord Digby Jones, Dr Claire Oliver, Will Farmer, Patricia Terry, Dr Max Malik, John Biddell, Bev Bevan and Ed James


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The views and opinions expressed by contributors to, and staff of Live 24-Seven may not represent the views and opinions of the publisher. Live 24-Seven takes no responsibility for claims made in advertisements, advertorials or editorial in this magazine. No part of Live 24-Seven may be reproduced or copied in any way without the prior written consent of Live 24-Seven Ltd.


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