Latest July/August issue on sale now in the UK

A view towards Wheal Coates tin mine on the North coast of Cornwall. Credit: Gary Eastwood/LOOP IMAGES
A view towards Wheal Coates tin mine on the North coast of Cornwall. Credit: Gary Eastwood/LOOP IMAGES

Discover Suffolk’s perfectly preserved wool towns, follow the lovely Cotswold Way to Jane Austen’s adopted home city of Bath, spend a night in Anne Boleyn’s childhood home, Hever Castle, and explore the best of Poldark’s Cornwall with six luxurious spots to stay. Plus we mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana with a special behind-the-scenes look at Kensington Palace’s exhibition of her most memorable outfits, and much more…

The July/August UK (September US) 2017 issue of BRITAIN magazine goes on sale in the UK today, and includes:

Suffolk Wool Towns: Discover the quaint Tudor villages and traditional buildings and churches of Suffolk’s wool towns

The Road to BathIn the final part of our series, we amble along the Cotswold Way past ancient churchyards and stone cottages, all the way to the city of Bath

From Debutante to Princess: We mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana with a look at Kensington Palace’s special exhibition of her most memorable outfits

Hever’s Hideaways: A stay in Anne Boleyn’s childhood home offers unique insight into the history of Hever Castle

The intricate wood-carved gallery in the Inner Hall at Hever Castle. Credit: images courtesy of Hever Castle
The intricate wood-carved gallery in the Inner Hall at Hever Castle. Credit: images courtesy of Hever Castle

Food, Glorious FoodThe history of British food – all the way from the Stone Age through to the Victorian era

Classic Cornwall: With the third series of Poldark set to return to our screens, here are the best spots to stay in Cornwall

London’s Secret Havens: London is a city of parks and gardens, but explore a little deeper and she reveals some lovely gardens, including a little-known rooftop conservatory

Cartmel: The medieval village of Cartmel in the Lake District has fast become a culinary destination

Decline & Rise: We uncover the story of the Tudor mansion The Vyne as it undergoes some essential restoration

Great britons – Queen Victoria: Queen Victoria’s journals reveal another side to the woman who ruled an empire

City Guide – Lincoln: See an original copy of Magna Carta, plus the Domesday Book in this historic city

Robin Hood: Delve into the legend of the English outlaw who stole from the rich to give to the poor

And don’t forget to enter these fantastic competitions:

HEVER CASTLE: Win a luxurious overnight stay for two at Hever Castle & Gardens

CORNWALL STAY: Win a two-night stay for two in West Cornwall, plus a slap-up dinner

Buy the latest issue of BRITAIN magazine now

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