As lockdown fatigue may be beginning to set in, we’re hoping our shiny, new issue of This England will be just the tonic. Our summer issues includes literary hero James Herriot and Florence Nightingale as this issue’s Great Briton.
February is a transitional month when it can be hard to know what you can do in the garden. Although temperatures may seem like they are on the rise this month, there is still the risk of frost and possibly snow threatening to make an appearance. Let us help you with some ideas of things to do around the garden in February!
There’s so much in this issue including stunning photography, poetry, all your regular favourites and even a mind-boggling riddle to solve! So snuggle up by the fire, make yourself a hot chocolate and lose yourself in this magical edition of Evergreen.
Decorating the tree, hanging stockings, eating turkey and pulling crackers; it all started way back then, you know. So in our shiny new winter issue, we’re flying the flag for all things Victoriana! Whisk yourself off to Queen Victoria’s favourite residence, Osborne House in Historic Homes of England, and learn all about the lady herself in Paul James’s riveting Royal History.
In our autumn issue Miranda Gudenianrecolls an autumnal excursion where she and Paddy learn all about Britain’s traditional pursuit of cider-making plus Phoebe Taplin takes us on a four mile stroll around the ancient city of York. Just some of our fantastic features focusing on the seasonal pleasures that autumn affords. Read on for more...
There’s so much more in this issue besides including an examination of Prince Charles’s Dorchester development, Poundbury, 25 years after the first residents moved in, an autumnal walk around the temples of Stowe in Buckinghamshire and a profile of Sir John Lubbock, the man behind our Bank Holidays. Plus all the regulars too: Historic Homes of England, In Praise of Modern Britain, Poets’ Corner, Heritage Church, Great Britons and much, much more!