The Country Life April 11 2018 issue looks at the British cows which are under threat, and celebrates 50 years of the Arts Society.
COWS: Britain’s native cattle breeds will disappear if we don’t keep eating them, warns Kate Green.
ARCHITECTURE: A look at Chenies House, by John Goodall.
POSH PAINT: Interior designers pick the ‘desert island’ shades of paint they couldn’t live without.
GARDENS: A look at Madresfield, the garden in Worcestershire that inspired Disraeli.
SQUID: Simon Hopkinson on how to cook this delicacy.
LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE: The stonemason.
THE GRAND NATIONAL: We preview the race and look at Aintree’s other sporting history.
LOYD GROSMAN: The writer, broadcaster and pasta sauce entrepreneur is also the president of The Arts Society – he explains how it flowered into an international body that’s now 50 years old.
PROPERTY: Penny Churchill looks at a house designed by a Formula 1 driver.
FAVOURITE PAINTING: Before his sad death, the garden designer John Brookes shared his choice with us.
WALKING LIFE: Fiona Reynolds follows in the footsteps of the medieval bishops of Ely.
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