About woman and home
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Our mission at womanandhome.com is to keep women informed on the subjects that matter to them, so they can live smarter, healthier and happier lives. We publish expertly researched buyers guides, in-depth features and the latest shopping news and deals.

Everyday our editors examine global events and curate a broad range of stories that inform, inspire and excite readers. Expect a mix of grown-up celebrity and royal news, as well as informative, no-nonsense health and wellbeing features about subjects like the menopause. We’ll keep you abreast of relevant medical breakthroughs, and myth-bust around emotive topics like dementia or cancer. Worried about your waistline? We seek out internationally renowned experts to give up-to-date advice on dieting and weight-loss plans, and world famous chefs to delight with their delicious and healthy recipes. 

That’s not all. We also aim to inspire your holiday plans with safe travel recommendations both near and far. Looking to redecorate or invest in some new tech for your home? We have you covered there too, with our army of fastidious reviewers reporting on the best household gadgets you can buy. And if that wasn’t enough, we also filter through the latest fashion and beauty noise to offer you advice on the trends you’ll actually want to try - that are flattering as well as stylish. 

Womanandhome.com is one of the leading women’s lifestyle brands. We have millions of readers following our content every month. And we’re more than just a website. Find us on: 

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Our team

Our editorial team has decades of extensive experience in the women’s lifestyle media sector. They have worked at some of the leading publications in their field. For more information on our team, or to contact them, head to our contact us page.

Kelly Bowerbank | Editor, womanandhome.com

Lauren Hughes | Deputy Editor, womanandhome.com

Amy Hunt | Lifestyle Editor, womanandhome.com

Aleesha Badkar | Staff Writer, womanandhome.com

Our editorial approach

We take great pride in the quality of our content on womanandhome.com. We are impartial, thorough and accurate. We take care to speak to credible experts and examine the latest research findings. Our journalists endeavour to verify all stories being published. If you find an article that you think needs to be improved then please reach out to our deputy editor, Lauren Hughes, by emailing her at lauren.hughes@futurenet.com

About Future PLC

Womanandhome.com is part of Future PLC, the publishing house behind over 170 successful brands in specialist consumer and B2B sectors including: technology, gaming & entertainment, music, creative & photography, home interest, education and television. Every year at Future we attract millions of consumers to our brands’ websites, magazines, events and social spaces.

Code of conduct

Womanandhome.com is a member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (which regulates the UK’s magazine and newspaper industry). We abide by the Editors’ Code of Practice and are committed to upholding the highest standards of journalism. 

If you think that we have not met those standards and want to make a complaint please contact us by calling 01225 442244 or writing to us at Future Publishing, Quay House, The Ambury, Bath, BA1 1UA, UK. If we are unable to resolve your complaint, or if you would like more information about IPSO or the Editors’ Code, contact IPSO on 0300 123 2220 or visit www.ipso.co.uk

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Kelly Bowerbank
Kelly Bowerbank

Kelly is the editor of womanandhome.com. She joined the brand in 2015. With over 15 years of experience in digital and print journalism, Kelly has worked for some of the UK's most prestigious publishers, including The Guardian, Shortlist Media, Time Inc, and now Future Publishing. She specializes in women's lifestyle and has been nominated for two PPA awards throughout her career. In the past, she had provided expert advice and comment for the BBC and Channel 4 about fashion and feminism. Kelly also guest lectures at the London College of Fashion about digital fashion media.