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In this issue

A love letter to Norfolk
Novelist and local D. J. Taylor reveals the real magic of his home.

Gilane Tawadros’s favourite painting
The writer and curator chooses a Turner with modern resonance.

There’s pickle in the jar
Branston pickle has been cheering cheese sandwiches for 100 years, finds Alec Marsh..

Birds in their little nests agree

As he repairs a fence that's gone floppy thanks to the cattle rubbing against it, John Lewis-Stempel pauses on a warm April morning to admire all the birds busily building and lining their nests with cow hair

Birds in their little nests agree

4 mins

364 vs Australia, The Oval, 1938

IN 1997, The Times listed the 100 Greatest Cricketers of All Time, chosen by the long-serving cricket correspondent and former Wisden editor John Woodcock.

364 vs Australia, The Oval, 1938

4 mins

The serene interior

Longstowe Hall, Cambridgeshire The home of William and Mercedes Bevan | The remodeling of an Elizabethan house by an Edwardian industrialist created superb interiors in the aesthetic of 17th-century Dutch art

The serene interior

9 mins

A love letter to Norfolk

Dinky market towns and seal-strewn beaches? Local opinions, Sunday drives, Blackpool-of-the-East and early churches, this is novelist D. J. Taylor's Norfolk and he wouldn't want to live anywhere else

A love letter to Norfolk

6 mins

And they all lived together in a little crooked house

The Crooked House of nursery-rhyme fame has been through many incarnations in the past 600 years. Flora Watkins travels to the enchanting village of Lavenham, Suffolk, to meet its latest custodians

And they all lived together in a little crooked house

6 mins

On the wings of a turtle dove

Dainty, smaller and darker than its collared cousin, the turtle dove is in danger of dying out, but not if a new Norfolk-based trust has anything to do with it

On the wings of a turtle dove

6 mins

There's pickle in the jar

Friend of the cheese sandwich and bastion of the ploughman's lunch, Branston Pickle has graced our cupboards for a century

There's pickle in the jar

3 mins

Making spaces

There's an alchemy to creating houses that don't only function perfectly, but look beautiful, too

Making spaces

3 mins

Interiors The designer's room

Dark-green cabinets, crisp white walls and wooden beams combine to create the ideal kitchen for a large family

Interiors The designer's room

1 min

The best of the East

Four newly launched properties make East Anglia ever more alluring

The best of the East

5 mins

Gardening on the edge

The gardens of Mansard House, Bardwell, Suffolk The home of Tom and Mary Hoblyn Catharine Howard visits the garden of an award-winning Chelsea designer, who uses it as his plant laboratory

Gardening on the edge

6 mins

Dyeing to help

IT often feels as if responsibility for saving the planet falls heavily on the shoulders of gardeners.

Dyeing to help

4 mins

A plum role

Jonathan Spain considers the Cambridge gage, a variant of our old English greengage, the story of which ranges from the Caucasus Mountains to the Chivers jam factory in Histon Cambridgeshire

A plum role

3 mins

'How lovely are the things you help us to perceive'

Pictures should 'fill a man's soul with admiration and sheer joy, Sir Alfred Munnings famously said. Octavia Pollock charts his eventful life and argues that he perhaps does not receive the credit he deserves for the enjoyment his varied and vivid work has brought

'How lovely are the things you help us to perceive'

6 mins

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Country Life UK Magazine Description:

PublisherFuture

CategoryLifestyle

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

Country Life; architecture, gardens, countryside, property, the very best of British life Published by IPC Media. Country Life, the quintessential English magazine, is undoubtedly one of the biggest and instantly recognisable brands in the UK today. It has a unique core mix of contemporary country-related editorial and top end property advertising. Editorially, the magazine comments in-depth on a wide variety of subjects, such as architecture, the arts, gardens and gardening, travel, the countryside, field-sports and wildlife. With renowned columnists and superb photography Country Life delivers the very best of British life every week.

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