We’re delighted that our 2015 event is the best ever.
It’s our fourth year and TV presenter Michaela Strachan has opened Woman’s Weekly Live! 2015 with Editor Diane Kenwood on a beautiful sunny day in Manchester. #WWLive
The ribbon on our hand-knitted Woman’s Weekly bunting has been cut, our workshops have begun, goodie bags are already in demand and our vintage stand is proving a huge attraction.
Woodland Glen magic
Our Woodland Glen, inspired by The Woodland Trust, looks absolutely fantastic. We’ve put together the beautiful birds, animals and plants that you’ve knitted, crocheted or sewn for this very special project.
The display is colourful, charming and so decorative.
Come along and see for yourself. Woman’s Weekly Live! is running on 10, 11 and 12 September 2015 at EventCity, Manchester, directly next to the Trafford Centre.
Get some great style advice at our Interactive Fashion Workshops with Editor Diane, Lifestyle Editor Jayne and fashion expert Anne. Find out how to dress to flatter your shape.
Dr Mel and Dr Toni are also here, with Health Editor Tanya, talking about breast cancer. Meet our experts at the Woman’s Weekly Healthy Living Theatre, supporting Be Clear on Cancer.
Design Knitting Editor Kandy and Knitting Expert Freddie will show you their top tips at our Knitting & Crochet Make & Take Workshops.
Learn a new craft technique at our Creative Demonstration Theatre or join one of our Craft Make & Take Workshops to complete a lovely project.
Deputy Craft Editor Esme, Home Editor Emily and Love To Make Editor Jane Bolsover are ready to snip, stitch, quill, embroider and stamp.
Reader Janet Hollands from Isle of Man made this delightful felt bird.
Plus! RHS-accredited gardening guru Martin Fish can answer all your gardening questions.
In the Cookery Theatre, top chef Denise Hollyfield is preparing a selection of delicious Woman’s Weekly recipes.
It’s been great having Stately Albion here with their show home. Ed Diane Kenwood has had a good look round.
See you next year!