Country Life 6 February 2019 finds picture-perfect farmhouses, visits one of Britain’s quirkiest museums and looks at a unique timber building.
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FOX TERRIERS: Wired for fun, the fans of these sparky and intelligent dogs have a devoted following.
FROZEN BRITAIN: Finest images of our chilly winter so far.
PROPERTY: Seven dream farmhouses for sale.
FAVOURITE PAINTING: The director of the Foundling Museum picks out a powerful study.
WOOD YOU BELIEVE IT: The extraordinary restoration of Britain’s largest timber-framed building.
INTERIORS: Lighting your home with style and taste.
DON’T WATCH THIS: Our theatre critic Michael Billington warns people to steer clear of a much-trumpted but horrendously dull production.
ANTIQUE BREADBOARDS: Did you know that there was an entire museum devoted to these? Huon Mallalieu pays a visit.
CLIMBING THE SUGAR LOAF: Fiona Reynolds makes her way up the Sugar Loaf, in the Black Mountains of Wales.
BLOOD ORANGES: Kitchen garden cook Melanie Johnson shares her tips for this seasonal citrus.
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