Country Life September 19 2018 focuses on the paradise that is the Cotswolds, looks at theatre names and examines the all-time-classic watering can design by Haws.
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THE COTSWOLDS: A celebration of this most beautiful part of Britain.
ENGLISH WHISKY: Single malt from south of the border is a reality.
SAVING THE ELM: The English Elm has almost disappeared, but plans are in place to turn things around.
FOUR POSTER BEDS: Veere Grenny on why you need a four poster.
FAVOURITE PAINTING: Former cabinet minister Chris Patten makes his choice.
LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE: The wine merchant.
GARDENS: Yelford Manor in Oxfordshire comes under the microscope.
BLACKBERRIES: Melanie Johnson has a string of fine recipes with this seasonal fruit.
WATERING CANS: Where else but Country Life would you find a celebration of the classic Haws design?
MUSIC: Ysenda Maxtone-Graham on the best out-of-town festivals for lovers of classical music.
TRAVEL: Skiing in Nendaz and a weekend in Majorca.
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