In this edition we hear about Mantenatal classes – that’s antenatal classes held specifically for Dads to be, run by Jenny Barrett from the NCT. Ever thought about finding your food in the wild? We go out and about foraging with Kerry Bowness who teaches people how to find edible treats in the hedgerows. And have you fancied living on a houseboat, well we meet someone who is doing just that. Lucy Kay tells us about the highs and lows of living on a boat.
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