This England single issue - Winter 2020


A Royal History of England

George VI may not have been first in line, but he certainly made a first-class King, says Paul James

Global Ambitions 

He’s got the whole world in his hands – meet London-based globemaker, Peter Bellerby

In Praise of Modern Britain

From lizards to chinchillas, Brian Viner marvels at the range of domestic pets on offer today

Forging Ahead

She didn’t just revolutionise design but the expectations of her time: a tribute to pioneering ceramicist, Clarice Cliff

Explore England

Winter’s the time to visit the rolling hills, honey-hued stone villages and striking medieval churches of the Cotswolds

A Winter Celebration

Prepare for much pot-banging and cider-drinking as the village of Brightwell-cum-Sotwell invite you to their January wassail

When the Red Red Robin . . .

Lin Bensley celebrates the nation’s favourite bird

Behind the Façade

Enter the mansions at the heart of some of England’s greatest works of literature

Heritage Church

St Hedda’s has long astounded walkers who have come across it unexpectedly – it’s time to discover the “cathedral of the North York moors”

My England

What a privilege to have Captain Sir Tom Moore share his thoughts on career and country

Plus, take a stroll through Staffordshire’s Trentham Gardens, have a laugh at how our Victorian forebears kept themselves entertained at Christmas and find out where panto hero, Dick Whittington actually came from!

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