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Inside This England Winter 2023 issue
England can look its best in winter, sporting crisp blue skies and greenery touched with frost. In honour of the season, we’re exploring some of the country’s best places to visit in the winter months.
Firstly, Margaret Brecknell visits the gorgeous Castle Drogo, England’s youngest castle, on the edge of Dartmoor. The grand building looks spectacular lit up with Christmas lights, and is brimming with fascinating history. And, moving north, Marie Gardner discovers all the North Pennines have to offer. Spanning Durham, Northumberland and Cumbria, delve into the industrial history of this now peaceful corner of England.
And of course, winter isn’t complete without a church visit. This England editor Angela Linforth visits the lovely St Edward’s, Stow-on-the-Wold. Rated by Trip Advisor as the number one thing to see in Stow, it’s steeped in history and is certainly worth a visit. Meanwhile, Simone Stanbrook-Bryne takes a trip to Gloucestershire’s Painswick Rococo Garden. Magical in the winter, discover an ornate birdhouse carved from a tree stump, swathes of snowdrops, a formal garden, a maze and much more.
And of course, that’s not all…
In Praise of Modern Britain
We might not know it, but we are living in a golden age of TV, says Brian Viner.
Made in England
Oak bark tanning is a traditional process producing the finest leathers in England. Jeremy Flint visits the last remaining oak tannery.
Portrait of an Artist
On the 300th anniversary of Sir Joshua Reynolds’s birth, Isobel King explores the legacy of the portraitist to high society and how he changed the course of British art
Lin Bensley pays tribute to our greatest naturalist, Sir David Attenborough, who has shaped our understanding of wildlife for 70 years.
Andrew Liddle reflects on a memorable day spent with Dame Vera Lynn at her home in East Sussex.
A Maker’s Christmas
From Christmas pudding to handmade gifts, Simon Whaley meets the makers of Christmas across England.
Plus, the Gideon tapestries and their extraordinary restoration, we speak to television presenter Pam Rhodes about what England means to her, winter gardening advice, the charm of a teddy bear, the best books of the season, and much, much more. Happy reading!
Meet the Editor: Angela Linforth
It is my absolute joy to be the editor of This England - what a voyage of discovery! I’m the third editor in the history of this wonderful magazine, having taken over in 2018. I have been a journalist and editor for most of my working life, although I had a foray briefly into the traditional English hand-made furniture industry.
What I love about This England is its breadth of subject matter. While one day I can be learning about the history of aviation, or the favourite dogs of the royal family, the next I can be sailing up the River Severn or visiting Berkeley Castle to see the site of Edward II’s supposed death by red-hot poker (something I was reminded of, of course, through the pages of This England).
In the five years that I’ve been here I’ve discovered so many fascinating things about our country, which despite the best efforts of our leaders, continues to thrill.
I have also absolutely loved the interactions with you, our wonderful readers, who are always coming forward with such a wealth of good ideas for the magazine, pithy comments on our features and feedback on aspects of this country that are little known and wonderful to discover.
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