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Natalie Reynolds

Natalie Reynolds

Natalie is a creative writer for Preloved. She is a granny at heart and, as such, enjoys gardening, sewing, vintage and literature. You will either find her pottering around in the allotment or scouring for antiques.

Green Friday Celebrations with Preloved

Preloved News

Green Friday Celebrations with Preloved

Green Friday is Preloved's eco-friendly and sustainable alternative to Black Friday. Learn how we're celebrating and how you can join with us this year.

2018-11-16 00:00:47By Natalie Reynolds

Find Your Own National Trust Winter Wonderland

Inspiration

Find Your Own National Trust Winter Wonderland

If you want to get away from the maddening crowd this weekend, why not get back in touch with nature? There's something very special about country walks in the colder months, with wellies and a woolly hat. Take a thermos with you and have pit stops while the dog round around sending crunchy leaves flying everywhere. Here's what the National Trust recommends.

2018-11-16 00:00:35By National Trust

Get Crafty this Christmas with the National Trust

Quick Reads

Get Crafty this Christmas with the National Trust

The National Trust are here with some amazing food and craft workshops to help you and your family escape the shopping madness this Green Friday and festive period.

2018-11-16 00:00:19By National Trust

Be Safe This Bonfire Night

Hints & Tips

Be Safe This Bonfire Night

The anticipation of sparklers, fireworks and the warmth of the pyre are intertwined with safety announcements to make the event run as smoothly as possible. Here is what you need to know, and some ideas for an alternative to Bonfire Night.

2018-11-01 00:00:45By Natalie Reynolds

What to Do in the Garden in November

Hints & Tips

What to Do in the Garden in November

Leaves are treating us to a flurry of autumn colour and we are becoming increasingly windswept. We are slowly putting the garden to bed for the winter, but there are still tasks we can do! Here's what to do in the garden in November.

2018-11-01 00:00:29By Natalie Reynolds