Country Life October 3 2018 explains why it’s anything but grim up North, meets military families and laughs at lewd limericks.
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THE WONDERFUL NORTH: Wonderful properties, thriving cities and the joys of the North Yorks Moors.
CHAMPAGNE: Five things you never knew about the fine French bubbly.
LIMERICKS: The most enduring part of Edward Lear’s legcay.
INTERIORS: Bringing the indoors outdoors with a botanical touch.
FAVOURITE PAINTING: Novelist Kate Mosse chooses an epic piece by John Martin.
LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE: The shepherd.
GARDENS: Non Morris visits Scampston Hall.
RED MULLET: Simon Hopkinson’s mouthwatering treatment of the ‘woodcock of the sea’.
THE CHAMELEONS OF THE SEA: David Profumo on Octopuses.
TRAVEL: Mauritius and the Swiss answer to St Moritz.
PROPERTY: Beautiful homes at staggering prices in Cumbria, Yorkshire and Northumberland.
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