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  1. This England - Spring 2017

    This England - Spring 2017

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    This England - Spring 2017

    This England is the quarterly magazine for all who love our green and pleasant land and are unashamedly proud of their English roots. Published since 1968 the magazine has now become one of Britain’s best loved magazines and has a readership of over 115,000 people from around the world.  As well as being popular in Britain it outsells all other British heritage magazines in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and is sent to readers in every country of the world.

    Published in Cheltenham, in the heart of picturesque Gloucestershire, the magazine is edited, printed and despatched direct from England. Subscribe today and celebrate all that is best about England and the English way of life.

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  2. This England - Summer 2017

    This England - Summer 2017

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    Summer 2017
    Highlights include:

    WALKING THE SOUTH DOWNS WAY: Although a reluctant rambler at fi rst, for one lady, exploring the beautiful countryside between Eastbourne and Winchester proved an unforgettable experience.

    LONDON PRIDE: A visit to Grace’s Alley, where we discover one of the
    capital’s best-kept secrets: Wilton’s Music Hall, the oldest surviving example of its kind in the country.

    ON THE TRAIL OF POLDARK:We follow in the footsteps of the handsome Cornish captain, Ross Poldark, to seek out the locations which provide the stunning backdrop for the award-winning television series, based on Winston Graham’s novels.

    OLD SCARLETT: Immortalised in a painting and accompanying verse
    on the wall of Peterborough Cathedral, Robert Scarlett, sexton and gravedigger, lived through the reigns of fi ve Tudor monarchs and offi ciated at the burials of Katherine of Aragon and Mary Queen of Scots. We tell his intriguing story.

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  3. This England - Autumn 2017

    This England - Autumn 2017

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    This England is the quarterly magazine for all who love our green and pleasant land and are unashamedly proud of their English roots.

    Published since 1968 the magazine has now become one of Britain’s best loved magazines and has a readership of over 115,000 people from around the world.

    As well as being popular in Britain it outsells all other British heritage magazines in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and is sent to readers in every country of the world.

    Published in Cheltenham, in the heart of picturesque Gloucestershire, the magazine is edited, printed and despatched direct from England.

    Order today and celebrate all that is best about England and the English way of life.

    Learn More
  4. This England - Winter 2017

    This England - Winter 2017

    From £6.25

    This England is the quarterly magazine for all who love our green and pleasant land and are unashamedly proud of their English roots.

    Published since 1968 the magazine has now become one of Britain’s best loved magazines and has a readership of over 115,000 people from around the world. As well as being popular in Britain it outsells all other British heritage magazines in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and is sent to readers in every country of the world.

    Published in Cheltenham, in the heart of picturesque Gloucestershire, the magazine is edited, printed and despatched direct from England.

    Order today and celebrate all that is best about England and the English way of life.

    Learn More
  5. This England - Spring 2018

    This England - Spring 2018

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    Spring 2018 highlights include:

    50 YEARS OF THIS ENGLAND
    It all began in 1968...we celebrate our golden milestone with recollections and stories from readers and contributors from England and worldwide.

    LITERARY LANDSCAPES OF ENGLAND
    Although he will forever be associated with the county of Dorset, Cornwall also played an important part in the life of Thomas Hardy. We look at these lesser-known connections.

    ENGLAND’S LAST CAVALRYMAN
    A personal memory of Albert ‘Smiler’ Marshall, a veteran of the First World War who survived the battles of Ypres, Loos, the Somme, Arras and Cambrai and lived to the ripe old age of 108.

    THE FRATERNITY OF ST. GEORGE
    Armed with longbows and quivers of arrows, a group of men and women from all walks of life and from every corner of England are keeping an ancient tradition alive.

    NOEL COWARD AND THE ACTORS’ ORPHANAGE
    The story of the great playwright and the role he played in bringing some much-needed happiness to the lives of destitute children.

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  6. This England - Summer 2018

    This England - Summer 2018

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    Summer 2018 highlights include:

    EASTBOURNE PIER: A STORY OF SURVIVAL

    Constructed in 1872, during its long history this creator of happy holiday memories for generations of visitors to the Sussex resort has suffered fi re, storm and damage from a wartime mine. Now fully refurbished, it is once again open for business.

    THE CIRCUS KING
    We have all heard of Billy Smart, Chipperfi elds and Bertram Mills, but it was Philip Astley, a native of
    Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire, who, 250 years ago, presented the very first entertainment involving horses, acrobats, trained animals and clowns.

    THE ROYAL PARKS OF LONDON
    Originally owned by the monarchy, there are eight in all: havens of peace, places for exercise and recreation, and keepers of English history and heritage among the lakes, trees and pathways.

    ’PER ARDUA AD ASTRA’
    Translated as “Through adversity to the stars”, during its glorious 100-year history, in war and peace, the RAF has more than lived up to its motto. We celebrate its centenary and highlight some of the events that are planned for 2018.

    CENTENARY OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR
    The execution of merchant seaman Captain Charles Fryatt in 1916 caused outrage in England and widespread condemnation of Germany and the Kaiser. We pay tribute to a true English hero.

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  7. This England - Autumn 2018

    This England - Autumn 2018

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    Autumn 2018 highlights include:

    200 YEARS OF EMILY BRONTË
    Maureen Kishtaini celebrates the bicentenary of one of England’s best-loved authors.

    MEMORIES OF HASTINGS
    Gwyneth Arnold remembers special family trips to the seaside as a child…

    THE HORSE GUARDS AT WHITEHALL
    Brian Harwood leads us through the history of one of the capital’s most iconic figures

    BRINGING IN THE SHEAVES
    Hazel Raynolds examines some of our longest-running harvest traditions

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  8. This England - Winter 2018

    This England - Winter 2018

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    Winter 2018 highlights include:

    MADE IN ENGLAND
    Noah’s Ark Toys: Traditional toymaker David Plagerson is dedicated to his craft.

    REMEMBERING TOMMY
    Richard Hayman takes a tour of war memorials dedicated to the brave British soldiers who fought and died for their country.

    MY ENGLAND
    One of the nation’s favourite historians tells Bernard Bale about his fascination of all things from our English past.

    A TASTE OF CHRISTMAS PAST
    Food historian Seren Charrington-Hollins serves up the delicious history of Christmas banquets.

    A SNAPSHOT OF WINTER
    Photographer Graham Gough describes the challenges of taking photos at this time of year.

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