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In this issue

The Art of Celebration
The National Gallery celebrates 200 years and has a packed programme, writes Isobel King.

Explore England
Blossom in Worcestershire, the history of Evesham and a River Severn Cruise.

Smoke, Steam and Steel
Richard Garrett & Sons had an illustrious history and changed farming forever, says Lin Bensley..

The Glorious River Thames

At 215 miles in length the iconic waterway has long been a source of transport, trade and inspiration. It makes its way through fi ve counties — Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire — and into London

The Glorious River Thames

5 mins

Aspects Of English Towns

Wetherby, Yorkshire History and Hospitality on the Great North Road.

Aspects Of English Towns

7 mins

Askrigg And The Yorkshire Dales

Looking for a holiday cottage for a quiet week in the Yorkshire Dales was proving a vexing experience.

Askrigg And The Yorkshire Dales

7 mins

Elihu Burritt: An American's View Of Victorian England

It is always interesting to read what others think of us. In recent years we have had Bill Bryson giving us his thought-provoking views on England and the English, but a century and a half ago one of his compatriots did the same thing, albeit for a specific area of the country.

Elihu Burritt: An American's View Of Victorian England

5 mins

Beautiful In Black And White

England’s landscape and landmarks as they have never been seen before

Beautiful In Black And White

2 mins

All The Fun Of The Fair

There is nothing quite like the joy of a brightly painted, brilliantly lit English fair with excited children grasping their candyfloss sticks and toffee apples, young men trying to win a prize at the darts stall and impress their girlfriends by handing them a giant cuddly toy and dads sportingly agreeing to take a turn on the big wheel even though they are still feeling the effects of a heavy lunch. Yes, we just love all the fun of the fair.

All The Fun Of The Fair

5 mins

Sticky Toffee Cartmel

Visitors to the Lake District can be crudely classified into two broad types: there are the fell walkers, climbers, canoeists, sailors and other outdoor enthusiasts, and then there are the gentler souls who follow the Wordsworth trail, who haunt tea shops, go on shopping crawls and crowd onto steam trains and lake cruises. And there’s nothing wrong with either of these types…

Sticky Toffee Cartmel

4 mins

Walking The South Downs Way

My daughter was the catalyst for my passion for walking after I retired and moved to West Sussex from Somerset to be near her and my two sons. After the normal settling in process I was feeling restless and bored, wondering what to do with my new freedom, and with a niggling guilt that “I should be doing something”. She showed me an article in a magazine about a local ramblers group, saying “You would love this, Mum!”

Walking The South Downs Way

7 mins

The Roads of Old England

Our motorway system means that today we think little of embarking on a journey across the country, confidently expecting to reach our destination the same day. Our ancestors would have taken weeks to complete such a trip, in considerable discomfort. Off the motorways, our roads follow routes laid down hundreds of years ago, and alongside them are fascinating objects which survive to tell the story of road development.

The Roads of Old England

7 mins

Aspects Of English Towns

BUXTON — A Derbyshire Gem and an Opera Festival too!

Aspects Of English Towns

6 mins

A Case of 'War Worry'

Centenary of the First World War

A Case of 'War Worry'

2 mins

The Secret Gardens of Sandwich

Whilst walking along the picturesque quayside in Sandwich, Kent, the visitor may encounter the beautiful Secret Gardens, tucked away behind part of the ancient town walls. The gardens surround the majestic Salutation manor house, designed and built by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1911-12. Lutyens designed many English country houses, and was renowned for his ability to ingeniously modify time-honoured architectural styles to meet the demands of his era. In Another Six English Towns (BBC Books, 1984), the English architectural historian Alec Clifton-Taylor wrote that Lutyens must surely be recognised as “the greatest English architect of the last hundred years at least”.

The Secret Gardens of Sandwich

5 mins

Portrait of a Village

The Longest Village in England.

Portrait of a Village

4 mins

Reaching For The Skies

Inspired by the brothers of an airman who was killed in a raid over Germany in 1944, a Lancaster bomber is being painstakingly restored as a memorial to his courage and sacrifice.

Reaching For The Skies

5 mins

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This England Magazine Description:

PublisherDC Thomson

CategoryLifestyle

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyQuarterly

Step into a world of timeless charm, picturesque landscapes, and the essence of England with This England Magazine. Your gateway to the culture, heritage, and beauty of the English countryside.

This England Magazine, presented by DC Thomson, is your invitation to a journey through the idyllic English countryside and the rich tapestry of its history and heritage. With a long-standing tradition of celebrating all things English, this magazine captures the essence of the nation.

As you delve into the pages of This England, you'll find a wealth of content that brings the heart of England to life:

* Landscape and Nature: Immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes, natural beauty, and picturesque villages that define the English countryside.

* History and Heritage: Explore the rich history, traditions, and heritage of England, with features on historic landmarks and cultural insights.

* Literature and Arts: Celebrate the literary and artistic contributions of England with features on renowned authors, poets, and artists.

* Lifestyle and Traditions: Discover the charming way of life in England, from tea traditions to country pursuits.

* Travel and Exploration: Plan your journeys through travel features that highlight the hidden gems and iconic destinations in England.


Indulge in the timeless charm, beauty, and culture of England with This England Magazine.

Subscribe now and experience the enchanting essence of the English countryside. Whether you're an Anglophile or simply appreciate the beauty of the world, this publication will transport you to the heart of England.

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