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Country Life

May 18 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.

Miss Laura Allin

The glory of our gardens

Country Life

Rivers of waste • Simon Cooper traces the history of sewage discharges in British waters and suggests possible solutions

Good week for

Bad week for

It’s Surreal

On the road

Flying high

A helping hand

Town Mouse A Lincoln outing

Country Mouse Spring fever

100 years ago in COUNTRY LIFE May 20, 1922

Town & Country Notebook

Wines of the week

Letter of the week

Letters to the Editor

Healing divisions

Another climate-change challenge

The way we were Photographs from the Country Life archive

Charlotte Mullins comments on Madonna with Child and Saints

Lek at me • Managed moorland is the place to observe an extraordinary mating ritual

The lions of Trafalgar Square

A troubled talent

What they said

With a spring in its step • Kathryn Bradley-Hole selects some of the many highlights of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, which at long last returns to its traditional May slot

More to see

Oriental splendour • Glamorous and easy to grow, Japanese tree peonies are the mainstay of Primrose Hall Nursery in Bedfordshire, says Val Bourne

Alec White’s growing tips

Six of the finest

Stands and delivers • The walled garden, Culham Court, Berkshire The home of Urs and Francesca Schwarzenbach Disciplined design underpins maximal planting to create a garden that stays in the memory, finds Tiffany Daneff

Loopy about lupins • Steven Desmond uncovers the touching story behind the exotic, multi-coloured field of lupins at Terwick in West Sussex

In praise of obsession

up potatoes

Scallop and broad-bean pesto spaghetti

More ways with Broad beans

‘Believe nothing to be impossible’ • ‘No harder than dancing the Charleston’, according to Lady Heath, flying planes was all the rage for the women of the 1930s, explains Charles Harris

Come fly with me

To ring a nightingale • On a cold spring morning, Patrick Galbraith held a nightingale in the palm of his hand. Yet, by the time he has grandchildren, this amazing little bird may have sung its last

A good old singalong

Skimming the surface • With a mind-boggling ability to walk on pools, rivers and even the ocean, water skaters are Nature’s great survivors, says Ian Morton

Life on the edge

Get your beer goggles on • When a 15ft-high flood of beer swept through a London slum in 1814, it killed more people than the Great Fire of London, says Michael Montagu

English Home part V 1630–88 • Each month of this 125th anniversary year, COUNTRY LIFE illustrates a period in the development of the English great house. In the fifth of this 12-part series, John Goodall looks at developments through an age of revolution

The designer's room • Handsome furniture, hard-wearing surfaces and plenty of natural light have transformed this Wiltshire country-house kitchen

Hanging out • Elegant pendant lights, selected by Amelia Thorpe

The good stuff The race is on • Dress to the nines, says Hetty Lintell, as Royal Ascot returns

The...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 152 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: May 18 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: May 17, 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.

Miss Laura Allin

The glory of our gardens

Country Life

Rivers of waste • Simon Cooper traces the history of sewage discharges in British waters and suggests possible solutions

Good week for

Bad week for

It’s Surreal

On the road

Flying high

A helping hand

Town Mouse A Lincoln outing

Country Mouse Spring fever

100 years ago in COUNTRY LIFE May 20, 1922

Town & Country Notebook

Wines of the week

Letter of the week

Letters to the Editor

Healing divisions

Another climate-change challenge

The way we were Photographs from the Country Life archive

Charlotte Mullins comments on Madonna with Child and Saints

Lek at me • Managed moorland is the place to observe an extraordinary mating ritual

The lions of Trafalgar Square

A troubled talent

What they said

With a spring in its step • Kathryn Bradley-Hole selects some of the many highlights of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, which at long last returns to its traditional May slot

More to see

Oriental splendour • Glamorous and easy to grow, Japanese tree peonies are the mainstay of Primrose Hall Nursery in Bedfordshire, says Val Bourne

Alec White’s growing tips

Six of the finest

Stands and delivers • The walled garden, Culham Court, Berkshire The home of Urs and Francesca Schwarzenbach Disciplined design underpins maximal planting to create a garden that stays in the memory, finds Tiffany Daneff

Loopy about lupins • Steven Desmond uncovers the touching story behind the exotic, multi-coloured field of lupins at Terwick in West Sussex

In praise of obsession

up potatoes

Scallop and broad-bean pesto spaghetti

More ways with Broad beans

‘Believe nothing to be impossible’ • ‘No harder than dancing the Charleston’, according to Lady Heath, flying planes was all the rage for the women of the 1930s, explains Charles Harris

Come fly with me

To ring a nightingale • On a cold spring morning, Patrick Galbraith held a nightingale in the palm of his hand. Yet, by the time he has grandchildren, this amazing little bird may have sung its last

A good old singalong

Skimming the surface • With a mind-boggling ability to walk on pools, rivers and even the ocean, water skaters are Nature’s great survivors, says Ian Morton

Life on the edge

Get your beer goggles on • When a 15ft-high flood of beer swept through a London slum in 1814, it killed more people than the Great Fire of London, says Michael Montagu

English Home part V 1630–88 • Each month of this 125th anniversary year, COUNTRY LIFE illustrates a period in the development of the English great house. In the fifth of this 12-part series, John Goodall looks at developments through an age of revolution

The designer's room • Handsome furniture, hard-wearing surfaces and plenty of natural light have transformed this Wiltshire country-house kitchen

Hanging out • Elegant pendant lights, selected by Amelia Thorpe

The good stuff The race is on • Dress to the nines, says Hetty Lintell, as Royal Ascot returns

The...


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