Out Now – Issue 36, Summer 2014

The Summer issue of JUNO is out now including interviews with Ben Law and Safia Minney;Sling Dads explaining why they love babywearing; two families sharing how they find balance with technology; a natural skincare routine for teens; poetry; watercolour painting; dairy free recipes and reviews and an extended feature on washable nappies. Subscribe or buy single issues – now available in … [Read More...]

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Starry Skies Family Camp – 23 until 27 July

Nestled between the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains, the beautiful Monnow Valley on the Welsh … [Read More...]

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Weston Super Food Festival – 27 and 28 September 2014

This is a two day festival celebrating fantastic real food from local West Country producers and … [Read More...]

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Parenting Courses in London from The Parent Practice

The Parent Practice has been established in SW London since 2004. Our skills are based on ideas … [Read More...]


Jerwood Drawing Festival at Jerwood Gallery featuring collaboration with Quentin Blake

19 July – 15 October 2014 Jerwood Gallery is delighted to announce that the programme for its … [Read More...]

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Raising Stress-proof Kids

Shelley Davidow, author of Raising Stress-Proof Kids: Parenting Today’s Children for Tomorrow’s … [Read More...]


Every Family Has a Story to Tell – Get Involved and Tell your Story

Mother in the Mother is a collection of stories and images exploring maternal lineage. We have been … [Read More...]

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Earth Pathways Diary – review

My 2015 Earth Pathways Diary has arrived in the office! This is a fantastic diary. There is lots of room with a week to view and all the useful information you want from a diary with year planners, moon phases and bank holidays. But as well as … [Read More...]


Zion Lights asks: Can apps be helpful to gentle parents?

Apps are changing the way we use and treat information in significant ways and it’s a minefield to sort through the ones that are useful to our personal lifestyles and those that aren’t. As with many things, there are gains from using apps, depending … [Read More...]


Zion Lights Remembers Maya Angelou

Like many people around the world on Wednesday 28 May, when I learned that Dr. Maya Angelou had passed on my heart was filled with grief. Three days before I had lost my uncle, and now I grieve for them both. Through the way he lived my uncle taught … [Read More...]

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Graham Robertson introduces people–plant relationships

One of the most interesting and inspiring books I have ever read was Green Nature/Human Nature by Charles A. Lewis, who was a horticulturist and administrator at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois. The book is Lewis’s account of his 30-year … [Read More...]



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