Country Life July 20 2016 is all about Britain’s beautiful architecture. Find out more:
ARCHITECTURE: Ptolemy Dean considers—and illustrates—the architecture that makes Devizes so satisfying
GARDENS: A hideout for insects and a charming piece of garden sculpture—Carole Mortimer builds a bug house, the new must-have for style-conscious, Nature-friendly gardeners
FISHING: David Profumo celebrates the heroic lifestyle of our moody and glamorous Atlantic salmon
LADIES FIRST From organising the church-flower rota to taking charge of the Pony Club, where would we be without the iron ladies of the countryside, asks Kit Hesketh-Harvey
GOODWOOD: Glorious Goodwood starts next week. Clive Aslet examines the social whirl that surrounded this event before the First World War through a remarkable collection of photographs
PROPERTY: Penny Churchill tours John Nash’s Welsh masterpiece, and Arabella Youens finds new ideas for working from home
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