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Country Life

Mar 02 2022
Magazine

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Country Life, the quintessential English magazine, is undoubtedly one of the biggest and instantly recognisable brands in the UK today. It has a unique core mix of contemporary country-related editorial and top end property advertising. Editorially, the magazine comments in-depth on a wide variety of subjects, such as architecture, the arts, gardens and gardening, travel, the countryside, field-sports and wildlife. With renowned columnists and superb photography Country Life delivers the very best of British life every week.

A GARDENER'S DELIGHT • South London Botanical Institute, 323, Norwood Road, SE24

TW10 LITTLE BLACK BOOK

Small, but perfectly formed • They may be tiny, leafy and quiet, but the villages of Ham and Petersham have been ahead of the times for centuries, finds Carla Passino

At home in Ham

Seasonal suggestions

Here’s looking at Tudor London

Berry Bros & Rudd • 63, PALL MALL, SW1

A green space • VICTORIA EMBANKMENT GARDENS, WC2

London curiosities • ON THE FACE OF IT

Psst... pass it on

The Barbary Next Door, 16a, Neal’s Yard, WC2

March at a glance • We’re all guilty of ignoring what’s on our doorstep, so we’ve made it easier for you. Here’s what’s happening this month

LONDON' S PLEASANT PASTURES • From evidence of prehistoric life in Greenwich Park to Shire horses in Richmond Park, there’s more to London’s Royal Parks than meets the eye, says natural-history film maker Peter Collins

the Revd Lucy Winkett • The Rector of St James’s Church, Piccadilly, talks to Andrew Love, senior advisor to The Ritz and chairman of St James’s Conservation Trust

Miss Scarlett Rose Myers

Mind the gap

Claim six issues of COUNTRY LIFE for £6*

Country Life

1920s Notebook

COUNTRY LIFE

Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House on the move

Birth of a classic

For peat’s sake

Where there’s a will...

Good week for

Bad week for

Go fish

How to make a difference

Fix up, look sharp

Not to be sniffed at

Country Mouse • Treasure every moment

Town Mouse • Typing with fingers

Oh, the agony! • Agony aunt Mrs Hudson solves your dilemmas

100 years ago in COUNTRY LIFE • March 4, 1922

Town & Country Notebook

Elder (Sambucus nigra)

Wines of the week

An egg-cellent spot

Letters to the Editor

It’s a pig’s ear

Realising what really matters

The way we were • Photographs from the COUNTRY LIFE archive

Charlotte Mullins comments on St George and the Dragon

No going back • By the time the monarchy was restored in 1660, the ravages of the Civil War had wrought so much damage on our mighty oaks and imposing castles that the landscape had changed forever, says Anna Keay

The enduring search for Endurance • Thoughts from the polar shrine

Desert Island Discs

Music to be alone with

A symphony in timber • One of the most remarkable Modernist interiors of post-war London was created by a City Livery Company to celebrate its craft, as John Goodall explains

One tuber to rule them all • Accused of inflaming passions, encouraging flatulence and generally being a bore, life without the humble yet delicious potato is unthinkable, swears Tom Parker Bowles

Best maincrop varieties for…

That’s got a ring to it • ‘Heat the ring over the candle. Rub the ring on the end of your nose to pick up a little oil. Press gently into the melted sealing wax.’ Signet rings are far more than an accessory for spivs, says Jonathan Self

Commissioning your own signet ring

Signet-ring...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 112 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Mar 02 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: March 1, 2022

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Travel & Outdoor

Languages

English

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Country Life, the quintessential English magazine, is undoubtedly one of the biggest and instantly recognisable brands in the UK today. It has a unique core mix of contemporary country-related editorial and top end property advertising. Editorially, the magazine comments in-depth on a wide variety of subjects, such as architecture, the arts, gardens and gardening, travel, the countryside, field-sports and wildlife. With renowned columnists and superb photography Country Life delivers the very best of British life every week.

A GARDENER'S DELIGHT • South London Botanical Institute, 323, Norwood Road, SE24

TW10 LITTLE BLACK BOOK

Small, but perfectly formed • They may be tiny, leafy and quiet, but the villages of Ham and Petersham have been ahead of the times for centuries, finds Carla Passino

At home in Ham

Seasonal suggestions

Here’s looking at Tudor London

Berry Bros & Rudd • 63, PALL MALL, SW1

A green space • VICTORIA EMBANKMENT GARDENS, WC2

London curiosities • ON THE FACE OF IT

Psst... pass it on

The Barbary Next Door, 16a, Neal’s Yard, WC2

March at a glance • We’re all guilty of ignoring what’s on our doorstep, so we’ve made it easier for you. Here’s what’s happening this month

LONDON' S PLEASANT PASTURES • From evidence of prehistoric life in Greenwich Park to Shire horses in Richmond Park, there’s more to London’s Royal Parks than meets the eye, says natural-history film maker Peter Collins

the Revd Lucy Winkett • The Rector of St James’s Church, Piccadilly, talks to Andrew Love, senior advisor to The Ritz and chairman of St James’s Conservation Trust

Miss Scarlett Rose Myers

Mind the gap

Claim six issues of COUNTRY LIFE for £6*

Country Life

1920s Notebook

COUNTRY LIFE

Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House on the move

Birth of a classic

For peat’s sake

Where there’s a will...

Good week for

Bad week for

Go fish

How to make a difference

Fix up, look sharp

Not to be sniffed at

Country Mouse • Treasure every moment

Town Mouse • Typing with fingers

Oh, the agony! • Agony aunt Mrs Hudson solves your dilemmas

100 years ago in COUNTRY LIFE • March 4, 1922

Town & Country Notebook

Elder (Sambucus nigra)

Wines of the week

An egg-cellent spot

Letters to the Editor

It’s a pig’s ear

Realising what really matters

The way we were • Photographs from the COUNTRY LIFE archive

Charlotte Mullins comments on St George and the Dragon

No going back • By the time the monarchy was restored in 1660, the ravages of the Civil War had wrought so much damage on our mighty oaks and imposing castles that the landscape had changed forever, says Anna Keay

The enduring search for Endurance • Thoughts from the polar shrine

Desert Island Discs

Music to be alone with

A symphony in timber • One of the most remarkable Modernist interiors of post-war London was created by a City Livery Company to celebrate its craft, as John Goodall explains

One tuber to rule them all • Accused of inflaming passions, encouraging flatulence and generally being a bore, life without the humble yet delicious potato is unthinkable, swears Tom Parker Bowles

Best maincrop varieties for…

That’s got a ring to it • ‘Heat the ring over the candle. Rub the ring on the end of your nose to pick up a little oil. Press gently into the melted sealing wax.’ Signet rings are far more than an accessory for spivs, says Jonathan Self

Commissioning your own signet ring

Signet-ring...


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