What strange and surreal times we are living in. I hope you and your loved ones are safe at home and not stranded somewhere. And, while you are grounded, I hope you have been enjoying the April issue of the magazine… I have certainly been delving back into it myself again and again.
With all of the current uncertainty and restrictions around travel and with so many of our travel industry friends and partners not in a position to support the magazine, we will be slightly delaying the next issue of the magazine, but we are aiming to get it to you in mid-May. The following issue may also be somewhat delayed, but we will keep you posted. There may of course be disruption with the mail – please see a message from our subscription bureau regarding queries and possible delays.
Our intention at this stage is to continue to publish 10 issues in 2020. Rest assured that your subscription will be unaffected with you still receiving your issues whatever the timings. Thank you for your understanding.
While all this means that you may miss receiving your inspirational travel fix in April, we will be increasing the number of Wanderlust e-newsletters to three a week during this period, so please do sign up if you are not receiving them already, as they will keep you abreast of our travel stories, competitions and news. And do keep visiting wanderlust.co.uk to sate (or stoke!) your wanderlust as we are still updating it with the great content you have come to expect.
We are also very active on all our social channels so do come and visit us there. We contacted you last week about our #WishIWasThere campaign and it’s been inspiring to see so many of you join in. If you haven’t already been part of the movement, then please share your favourite travel memories and photographs with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, tagging us and any travel companies which helped you, and using the hashtag #WishIWasThere. We will be featuring some of the best in the magazine and website.
Stay safe, stay home, stay dreaming, and look forward to travelling tomorrow,
Lyn Hughes, Founder & Editor-in-Chief