woman's weekly articleThe following email has been sent as a result of the lady looking at the gloshistory website.
If anyone can help please email Susan Cooke directly.
From: Cooke, Susan [mailto:Susan_Cooke@...
Sent: 29 April 2003 17:17
Subject: woman's weekly article
Dear Elizabeth Bourne,
My name is Sue Cooke, I'm Deputy Features Editor on Woman's Weekly magazine. I've just been looking at your internet site and wondered if you could help me. I'm writing an article on researching the history of your house. I've already got tips on how to do it, but I am looking for a case study to include. I'm looking for a woman of 40/45-plus to interview (it would only take about 30 minutes on the phone) who has researched the history of her house, and can tell me how she went about it and the fascinating things she discovered about the house and the people who lived there. The older the house the better. If you know of anyone like this who would be willing to do an interview (and supply a picture if possible) I would really appreciate it if you could put me in contact with them.
Please let me know what you think.
(020 7261 6303)
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