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INDIAN SUMMERS

INDIAN SUMMERS

Closing date for entries is 11:59 pm, 30th June 2015

RLJ Entertainment, Cert 15, already released. Available on DVD and Blu Ray

It’s 1932 and the British who rule India have decamped to the Himalayn foothills to escape the heat and party at The Royal Club, owned by Cynthia (Julia Walters). Outside might be cooler, but the intrigues and affairs generate serious heat. We have three copies of Series 1 to give away.

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THE GIRLS WHO WENT TO WAR

THE GIRLS WHO WENT TO WAR

Closing date for entries is 11:59 pm, 30th June 2015

Duncan Barrett & Nuala Calvi, HarperCollins, Paperback, £7.99

Over half a million young women signed up for service in WW2, facing many hurdles along the way. Not least the attitude of some of their countrymen: a poll in a national newspaper found that 'women in uniform' was the top hate about the conflict. The authors follow the journeys of three young women who joined up with real warmth and affection.

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THE GARDENERS BOOK OF COLOUR

THE GARDENERS BOOK OF COLOUR

Closing date for entries is 11:59 pm, 30th June 2015

Andrew Lawson, Pimpernel Press, Hardback, £25

This revised edition of Andrew Lawson’s book on the use of colour in your garden is both thought-provoking and inspiring. As the author says, ‘colour is the most potent weapon in a gardener’s armoury’, and the luscious photography shows how you can use it – from vivid reds to cool blues and warm yellows – to create any mood you want to achieve, whether it’s restful, exhilarating or even shocking. With sections on single-colour planting, harmonies, contrasts and colour mixes, this book tells you everything you need to know about how colours in your garden combine. Where it really scores, though, is with its ‘keyline’ drawings, annotated with the names of the specific plants used, so you can recreate exactly the effects you see in the photos. This is an essential addition to the library of anyone serious about green-fingered pursuits and it looks very pretty on the coffee table. We have three to giveaway.

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GREAT GOLF GIVEAWAY

GREAT GOLF GIVEAWAY

Closing date for entries is 11:59 pm, 30th June 2015

We’ve teamed up with South- worth Development to offer four CSMA Club members a two- night stay sharing a luxury cottage. The giveaway includes breakfast and green fees for two rounds of golf at the Village at Machrihanish Dunes. (machrihanishdunes.com)

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THROW IN THE TROWL

THROW IN THE TROWL

Closing date for entries is 11:59 pm, 30th June 2015

Every gardener needs a hand trowel or three. Even better if one of them is as lovely as this, with its rust-resistant stainless steel head, ergonomic handle and leather strap. Better still, the Moulton Mill hand trowel has a 15-year guarantee. We’ve got five to give away to CSMA Club members.

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JACKSON POLLOCK - BLIND SPOTS

JACKSON POLLOCK - BLIND SPOTS

Closing date for entries is 11:59 pm, 30th June 2015

30 June – 18 October To see Abstract Expressionist Jackson Pollock paint would have been to witness a kind of performance. In the excellent 2009 biopic Pollock, Ed Harris portrayed the Wyoming-born artist as almost balletic in the dance-like movements (even when loaded with alcohol) he used when dripping trails of paint onto the vast canvases laid flat on the floor or against a wall. Pollock himself described his art as ‘energy and motion made visible – memories arrested in space’, with his pioneering style of art – called action painting – evolving into a ‘pouring’ style before his premature death. A snapshot of this part of the visionary artist’s body of work is currently on show at Tate Liverpool. A watch of the biopic is our recommended homework. Tate.org.uk

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