Country Life April 26 2017

Country Life April 26 2017 is our stunning East Anglia number featuring a whistle-stop guide to Norfolk, making chocolate from scratch, cycling through the ages plus our guide to wonderful weddings. Find out more here:

ARCHITECTURE: Isabelle Taylor and Paul Roberts explore the 750-year history of The Great Hospital, Norwich, still serving its founding purpose

GARDENS: George Plumptre admires the plantsmanship and style that have kept the garden at Kettle Hill in Norfolk fresh

MARKET TOWNS – SWAFFHAM: Matthew Rice introduces his illustrated series on the architectural delights of our market towns

NORFOLK: Far from being flat and uninteresting, Norfolk has plenty to delight, finds Rupert Uloth

EXTERIOR DESIGN: Plan outside space with the same care and attention to detail as the inside of a house, says Amelia Thorpe

WEDDINGS GUIDE: Say ‘I do’ in style with our advice on the burning issues, wedding jewellery selection and directory

LUXURY: Vanessa Redgrave’s favourite things and the making of Cartier

CYCLING: The arrival of the bicycle gave a thrilling freedom at a time when access to the countryside was restricted, explains Gavin Stamp

CHOCOLATE: Emma Hughes visits Orford’s Pump Street Bakery, the family business making some of the best chocolates in the world

FISHING: David Profumo is struck by the cutting-edge tackle on offer at the London Fly Fishing Fair

COOKING: Melanie Johnson goes foraging for wild garlic

PROPERTY: Penny Churchill reveals East Anglian gems and Annunciata Walton rounds up properties under £1 million in the area

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