In 1989, she began an 11-year stint at The Sunday Times Magazine, becoming deputy editor of their "Style" magazine in 1998.
In April 1999, Jones was appointed editor of the UK edition of Marie Claire.
The nearest supermarket is about 150m away and there's a bus stop close to the site entrance.
As it's directly on Knaresborough Road it's a handy stopover site for Harrogate.
At the Inspiration for Women Awards in London last month, Marilyn won the Most Inspirational category for her work.
“She has never received full recognition in the years since founding Enough Abuse UK.She began creating training programmes to educate those with a duty of care over children on how to recognise abusers’ behaviour.In 2004 she set up the charity Enough Abuse UK and today presents training in schools up and down the country, as well as offering support and guidance to those who have been abused.An announcement by Jones during June 2000 that the leading fashion magazines were setting up a self-regulatory body concerning the size of models was "contradicted" by the editors of rival magazines.She has continued to write about the fashion industry.