Country Life 23 January 2019 celebrates fish and chips, hellebores and discovers a new gold rush in the glens of Scotland.
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HEAVENLY HELLEBORES: Val Bourne on the uniquely tricky prospect of breeding these wonderful plants.
JUDITH KERR: The author of the much-loved children’s book The Tiger Who Came To Tea speaks to Country Life.
GLENTHORNE: One of Devon’s most beautiful homes is changing hands – Country Life pays a visit before it does.
TRAVEL: A trip to Antigua and a weekend in Northern Ireland.
FISH AND CHIPS: Charles Rangeley-Wilson on the all-time British classic.
SPORRANS: What they’re for, what they’re made of and why they’re making a comeback.
THERE’S GOLD IN THEM THAR HILLS: Apparently there’s a new goldrush in Perthshire. Colin Freeman investigated.
WILD BOAR: Our award-winning columnist John Lewis-Stempel heads to Charente on a six-month sabbatical.
INTERIORS: The beauty of wood is being appreciated anew.
PROPERTY: The best homes for sale in Britain, including a delightful Berkshire cottage.
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