Country Life 24 June 2020

Country Life 24 June 2020 looks at keeping chickens, the Howardian Hills, a house near Salisbury Cathedral and how to make sourdough.

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CHICKEN: A guide to what to keep, and how to keep them.

HEATH’S HOUSE: Edward Heath’s beautiful home near Salisbury.

SOURDOUGH: The bread craze that defined lockdown.

STARCHING: Downton Abbey is to blame for reviving the lost art.

PROPERTY: Latest property news and best homes for sale.

MY FAVOURITE PAINTING: Rebecca Stott picks a Picasso.

SCYTHING: John Lewis-Stempel has been giving it a go, and is hooked.

ALAN TITCHMARSH: The gardening writer shares his little luxuries.

FRENCH FANCY: John Hoyland visits Le Jardin de Batiment in France.