Parents, teachers and kids can all get great advice and information in the September issue of The Co-operative Magazine – aptly named ‘Back to School’.
Fantastic features include healthy pack lunch ideas, understanding the financial cost of having a child, and asking whether your child’s school could be more eco-friendly. It is also gives great advice on how to cope with the first school year and gives readers the chance to win a Samsung laptop!
The magazine’s editor, Jeanette Franks, said: “It is important to us that we provide our readers with the sort of information and engaging articles that they really want, at a time when it’s most relevant.
“We understand that our readers are busy people who want interesting and useful articles at their fingertips. Whether that’s learning new beauty tips, getting parenting advice and support, or being able to ask our experts for budgeting advice, they can now find it quickly and easily. Our regular competitions are really popular too.”
Readers can be in with a chance of winning a brand new Samsung laptop simply by signing up to the monthly newsletter. The Samsung laptop up for grabs is worth £399.99 and has an impressive specifications list:
• Intel Pentium Dual Core P6100
• 4GB memory
• 500GB hard drive
• Windows 7 Home Premium
• 15.6″ Widescreen
• DVD-RW super multi-dual layer
The Co-operative Magazine is not just about competitions and help and advice, it is also about providing fresh and exciting content all year round. The Magazine includes an entire sub-category on hobbies and pastimes, UK holidays, and days out and events, with great features on the best wild walks, perfect places for family days out and guides to popular events such as the Edinburgh Festival.
Readers are encouraged to engage with the Magazine by entering regular polls – past questions have included: ‘How many times do you laugh on a good day?’ and ‘Do you feel your family spends enough quality time together?’ As well as this, competitions are always very popular, with chances to win great prizes such as sports memorabilia signed by the likes of Freddie Flintoff, a Dyson vacuum cleaner, vouchers to spend in The Co-operative Food stores and tickets to the latest music events.