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LIVE 24-SEVEN -COMMENT


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


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


Thank goodness for great events to distract us from the dismal British weather in what is supposed to be our warmer months! From St Tropez with Jaguar and the gorgeous David Gandy (yes he looks as good in the flesh, yes I was the envy of my friends and yes I snagged a photo with him before we all partied way too hard into the early hours) to our very own Ladies Day in partnership with Dallas Burston Polo Club that turned out to yet again be a first class day despite the torrential rain! Even the Hay Festival goers withstood the downpour, which thankfully dried up ahead of the GQ party, which was an exquisite party by the way! I came to realise that us British make the best of everything, even when the odds or weather are against us...


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


For this issue I chatted with artist David Hodge, who some may know as famous drag artist Dusty O. Fresh from his first-of-a-kind art exhibition at the Houses of Parliament, where every painting I viewed had a 'sold' dot on it, we chatted about his career, influences and having no plans for the future…refreshing or brave not to have plans? I'll let you decide! He also very kindly painted a bespoke piece of art for the charity auction at my Ladies Day which helped raise a fabulous amount for The Prince's Trust and The Shakespeare Hospice. Coverage of the event can be seen in this issue.


Whilst you’re holding out for the weather to heat up, why not busy yourself with the contents of this issue, from lovely eateries and great local shops to spa pampering at The Lygon Arms there's much to see, do and experience whilst you wait... For those heading to the Cotswold Food Festival, my fingers are crossed for you, although the distraction of the food hall and the many sampling opportunities that always present themselves will be more than enough reward if the downpours start again!


SALES CONSULTANT Felicity Davies Felicity.live24seven@yahoo.com 07568 566830


Enjoy reading, much love Katie & team xxx


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MANY THANKS TO OUR CONTRIBUTORS: LIVE 24-SEVEN 5-17 Prince Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham B30 3HB


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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.


L I V E 2 4 IN COTSWOLDS & THE WYE V ALLEY // JULY 2 0 1 9


AN INTERVIEW WITH


DAVID HODGE: Celebrated artist, modest to the point of downplaying his talent...


PROPERTY, HOMES & POOLS & SPAS, LIVE


INTERIOR STYLE: Homes for sale and make over ideas for every room...


ONCE, LIVE WELL: Endless Pools Fitness Systems with your well-being in mind...


ANNUAL COTSWOLD


SHOW & FOOD FEST: Two days, 100 acres, hundreds of attractions over 40,000 visitors


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


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