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.