This new piece of public art—Kerdroya— set to be 184ft in diameter on completion, replaces a disused car park with a joyful mixture of all the different local hedging styles in a ‘footprint’ of the Duchy, says the team behind the project Golden Tree Productions. Currently in progress, master hedgers on site are offering a range of Lantra-accredited courses and a six-month apprenticeship for 62 students.
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Sail away with me
Our remaining windmills are unashamedly romantic slices of old England. Last spring, those still working went into overdrive to meet local demand for flour, reports Eleanor Doughty
Ode to our wastelands
Losing small patches of scrubby land to new houses might not seem significant, but these little Edens are vital for Nature, contends Mary Colwell
The not so wild west
West Chelsea–the area between Cremorne Road and Sydney Street–is where the fortunes of this famous and much-loved area began, finds Carla Passino
The taste of a mermaid's kiss
Once viewed as a lowly substitute, salt-loving marsh samphire is back in favour in our gardens and on our plates, says Julia Platt Leonard
With fens like these..
Cambridgeshire and Norfolk have a rich history not only in agriculture and ecology, but homes, too
Testament to taste
Quality and quirk will out, as is evident from the contents sales of a widow of the Ford motor dynasty
On the edge - Interview Jake Fiennes
Holkham’s director of conservation on changing farming to feed us and protect wildlife
Sweet child of mine
It took centuries for the ringleted baby Jesus and diminutive royal ‘adult’ to give way to images of the mirth and mischief of childhood on canvas, says Matthew Dennison
Interiors The designer's room
By introducing curves, Irene Gunter fitted a bath and a double shower into this London townhouse
READY, SET, DIVE
Outdoor swimming is the lockdown trend that is here to stay. Rosie Paterson takes a closer look at some of her favourite London ponds and pools
The art of being in the right place at the right time
20 Homes To Buy Beside The Sea...
From a cliff-top home in Cornwall to a beach hut on the Isle of Wight, here’s our pick of the latest properties for sale by the sea
10 Best... Festive Breaks
From stylish seaside house parties to gourmet Christmas experiences, a seasonal stay by the coast makes for a memorable end to the year
Camilla Assassination Terror!
Prince Charles’ wife believes two midair misses on same flight were murder attempt
Cornwall, Where Old Traditions Are Giving Way To Something New
Cornwall has always been a place apart from the rest of England—a proud and fertile province where the pasture meets the sea . But now the old traditions are giving way to something new, as the next generation of chefs, farmers, and fishermen transform their pastoral corner into a culinary eden.
Judy - WE NEED SPACE!
It seems Judy Finnigan is desperate for freedom from life at home with husband Richard Madeley
Warning of adder attacks on dogs
SNAKES IN THE GRASS
Lockdown ends with a holiday booking frenzy
Reservations up 80% on 2019 in big getaway rush
HE DIED IN MY ARMS
Susannah Harrison’s husband fought bravely until the very end
Bountiful blossoms and freebies