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Country Life rounds up the best things to see, do and book this week.
Country Life June 20 2018 looks at glow-worms, national parks and our fascination with roses.
3 The total length, in miles, of the bunting installed for the meeting. 4 The length in inches to which the racecourse grass is cut – it’s the regulation height…
Last month, Orlando Rock, chairman of Christie’s UK, Marella Rossi Mosseri of ART LINK, Lulu Lytle of Soane Britain and antique dealer Edward Hurst shared their thoughts on heirlooms in…
The Country Life Royal Wedding Souvenir Issue brings you the inside story of the wedding of HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, aka the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Tillycorthie is the Aberdeenshire mansion of a former tin magnate with a magnificent central atrium that must be seen. Phoebe Bath takes a look.
'When I bought Dorothy Stroud’s pioneering book on Repton, shortly after its publication in 1962, I was enthralled by his vision of the British landscape'
Beaminster – £1,475,000 This attractive 7 bedroom house sits in a desirable location near Beaminster with beautiful gardens and grounds including a series of spring fed lakes. About 10 acres.…
There’s nothing quite like a fragrant cocktail in the sunshine to round off the perfect summer’s day and these delicious concoctions are just the ticket.
Nymans Garden in West Sussex is one of Britain's great horticultural wonders, and with its relatively-new head gardener – only the fifth in over 120 years – now bedded in,…
Tessa Waugh meets one of Britain’s most distinguished figurative sculptors.
From moonlight to museums, birdsong to the Old Bailey, Kate Green and Giles Kime find 50 gloriously free things to celebrate in Britain.
Father's Day is coming up on June 17 – and if you're looking for a gift for a whisky-loving dad, we've got all sorts of options.
The RHS Rosemoor Rose Festival begins on Saturday June 16, a five-week celebration of Britain's favourite flower that's without peer.
Guaranteed to put a smile on his face.
Country Life June 13 2018 is our annual Best of Britain issue, celebrating the greatest things about this island nation.
From puffin-spotting and strawberry ice cream to rocky descents and churches dotted with shells, Sophie Barling explores Jersey’s finest beaches.
Silver, first editions, hall chairs or Qajar art of the late Persian Empire? What exactly should we be collecting that might, one day, provide a decent return, asks Matthew Dennison.
'I love paintings by elderly artists, eloquent with accumulated skill and a lifetime’s experience'