Kate Green

Deputy Editor

Kate Green

Kate is the author of 10 books and has worked as an equestrian reporter at four Olympic Games. She commutes in from Berkshire, but her favourite place in the UK is Exmoor, close to where she grew up in West Somerset.

memorable ski runs

Some like to hurtle, screaming, down a black mogul field; others prefer skidding down a frozen waterfall into a deserted powder bowl. Kate Green asks dedicated skiers about their most…

Badminton Horse Trials 2016

One of Britain’s greatest sporting occasions takes place this weekend, the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials.


Few people would deny that the idea of a wilder Britain is exhilarating, but isn’t it just a dream for a country such as this?

modern public art

Featuring the work of leading 20th century sculptors such as Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Elisabeth Frink and Geoffrey Clarke, Historic England describes public art as a ‘fascinating yet forgotten national…

Clean for the Queen

The Prime Minister has added his support to Clean for the Queen, a campain hoping to get people across Britain to help to rid the country of litter

native british pig breeds

Our traditional pig breeds are a delight to look at and tasty to eat - which is your favourite?

farmers brexit debate

What would a Brexit mean for the farming community? The Oxford Farming Conference debated the subject last week

Following the announcement that the Game Fair won't go ahead in 2016, Country Life looks at the future of the popular rural event