Happy Father’s Day! We’ve got inspirational gifts, stylish sneakers and on-trend T-shirts
Stephanie Stott runs The Trove Cambridge, shining a spotlight on inspirational creatives. . .
Fitness First: Five fun workout ideas, stylish activewear and rescue remedies
Advertisment Feature: Business continues to blossom at Salon at Number 5. Owner Lucy Argent chats to Velvet
Velvet shines a spotlight on local heroes taking to their sewing machines to help protect frontline staff in their coronavirus battle
From virtual concerts to storytelling and poetry, here’s what’s on for culture vultures this month
Yoga teacher Lorna Lowe, who runs a variety of classes in Bury and Newmarket, explains how yoga can help to calm emotions
Healthy Hotlist: For all your fitness and wellbeing needs
Brighten up your May with bold prints, statement shades, seductive scents, and stylish candles.
Gemma Brown shares ways you can maintain strength at a time when your ‘resilience tank’ may be depleted
Mental Health First Aid Instructor Susie Shaw, of Citrine Wellness, talks about the importance of safeguarding mental health during lockdown
Louise Cummings tracks down some brilliant online workouts devised by local fitness professionals. .
Museum doors may be firmly shut, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out. Settle on the sofa with a brew and check out these virtual tours. . .
Trying to remain healthy under lockdown? Velvet's Louise Cummings has some ideas for April
Ollie Emsden transformed a derelict tractor barn into a state-of-the-art gym, Vision Fitness in Henham, as Velvet reports
Eating in season can be beneficial for both you and the planet as Cambridge-based Nutritionist, Haley Bell, explains
This month we present nourishing beard balms, eco-friendly fashion, flaming hot spring trends plus concrete candles and fierce bangles
How does the World Mambo Champion start her day? Louise Cummings finds out
Simon Goswell - owner and Head Coach of Full Circle Fitness in Dry Drayton – warns of the pitfalls of judging weight loss purely by the scales
On March 8, thousands of runners will line up on Victoria Avenue, ready to tackle Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon as Louise Cummings reports.