Country Life 27 July 2022

Country Life 27 July 2022 looks at pointers, and meets young people who have made the move to a rural lifestyle.

Getting to the pointer

The German shorthaired pointer is an arresting yet rare sight, says Arabella Byrne

Young, gifted and thriving in the countryside

Fergus Butler-Gallie meets young people who have made the move to a rural lifestyle

A close call

The Duke of Norfolk is running a remarkable project to save the curlew. Simon Lester reports

Honey to the bee

A beekeeper soaks honey in whisky, with award-winning results, reports Vicky Liddell

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