Here at Woman’s Weekly we make every effort to meet as many of our readers as we can – whether it be at our annual Live! event, at one of our specially-crafted workshops, or out and about in interviews – there really is nothing like putting a face to a name.

With that in mind, we thought it would be nice for us to introduce ourselves so you can get to know us. So, here goes – scroll down to meet the Woman’s Weekly team and find out what we love about our jobs

Diane Kenwood, Editor

Diane Kenwood

The best thing about my job is… Knowing how much the magazine means to our readers and always trying to make it the best it possibly can be for them. Oh, and getting to try out so many of the recipes!

Geoff Palmer, Deputy Editor

Geoff Palmer

The best thing about my job is… Meeting our lovely readers, who’ve proved without exception to be the nicest people you could ever wish to come across…and helping to create the Woman’s Weekly specials series of magazines, which cover everything from knitting and craft, to gardening, health, cookery and fiction.

Jayne Marsden, Lifestyle Editor

Jayne Marsden

The best thing about my job is… Working with the wonderful Woman’s Weekly team to try and create the best home, craft, fashion, knitting and beauty features we can – to inspire you in all things to do with lifestyle.

Gaynor Davies, Fiction Editor

Gaynor Davies - Woman's Weekly

The best thing about my job is… Finding new writers is brilliant, but what I like best about my job is the feeling that Woman’s Weekly fiction lovers are sharing something special. It’s great when they tell us that the stories – both the amusing ones and the poignant ones – have given them a lift.

Tina Egleton, Technical Knitting Editor

Tina Egleton

The best thing about my job is… Solving dilemmas that the job creates or readers technical problems.

Teresa Conway, Knitting Editor

Teresa Conway

The best thing about my job is… I’ve always felt it a privilege to have a job that’s an extension of what only started as a hobby and interest. Sourcing the designs for the knitting pages, working with the colourful yarns and creating textures with them as a creative person is fab.

Stephanie Maylor, Beauty Editor

Stephanie Maylor

The best thing about my job is… Getting access to the Beauty Cupboard. It’s an Aladdin’s cave of gorgeous make-up, high-tech face creams and hair treats. The world of beauty is constantly evolving so I have to keep on top of the latest wonder ingredients and anti-ageing breakthroughs to pass on to our readers.

Freddie Patmore, Knitting Assistant

Freddie Patmore - Knitting Assistant at Woman's Weekly

The best thing about my job is… Mixing work with my greatest pleasure, knitting! There’s no greater way to spend my day than knee deep in yarns, helping you lot with your queries and chatting crochet in the office.

Esme Clemo, Craft & Home Editor

Esme Clemo Craft & Home Editor

The best thing about my job is… being able to incorporate my favourite hobby into my work life. I love finding out about new craft trends and coming up with new makes to share with the lovely Woman’s Weekly readers! 

Mary Bird, Head of Marketing

Mary Bird, Head of Marketing

The best thing about my job is… It’s so hard to pick just one thing! This is the best job I have ever had – and, I’ve worked in magazine publishing and PR since 1988. I love working with the editorial team and coming up with fun ideas for readers to get involved with – such as our World Record Attempts and charity activities. I really enjoy organising the workshops that we hold here at HQ, and Woman’s Weekly Live which is held in Manchester each September. But, most of all, I love meeting the readers who are completely honest about what they like or don’t like and that is so refreshing – it definitely keeps me on my toes!

That’s us – nice to meet you! If you’d like to get involved in chat with us then head over to the Woman’s Weekly Facebook page and join the conversation. You can tweet us too @Womans_Weekly, or find us on Pinterest. We look forward to chatting with you.