SURVIVING WINTER: Joe Gibbs summons the fortitude of our forebears in a bid to survive the cold season in an old house with rattling windows, draughty chimneys and a leaky roof.
NEWS: What impact will inflation and the cost-of-living crisis have on our historic houses and churches?
MASTERPIECE: The Forstye Saga‘s enduring appeal.
ARCHITECTURE: Drapers’ Hall: An enduring force for good.
FURNITURE: The joys of gilded furniture.
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CLOTHING: Carolyn Denham, the woman reigniting Britain’s passion for dressmaking.
RESTORATION: The best restoration services and suppliers of timeless furniture and fittings, selected by Amelia Thorpe.
GARDENS: Resist the urge to tidy the garden and, come the frosts, you will be rewarded with a glorious display of glittering seedheads, avers Steven Desmond.
SCULPTURE: Finn Hull’s unusual stone sculptures are a precarious and captivating sight to behold.
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