Your March/April issue of BRITAIN is here!


Welcome to our spring issue of BRITAIN, in which we bring you a host of features to put a spring in your step

Welcome to the March/April issue of BRITAIN! This issue we take a tour the land of dragons, mystical Snowdonia National Park, where tales of ancient kings and giants linger from ages past…

And there’s plenty for history-lovers too. We delve into the story of Queen Charlotte, long-suffering wife of George III and the star of a new Netflix series, and explore why she deserves her time in the limelight.

And, 300 years after the death of St Paul’s architect Christopher Wren, we take a tour of his most iconic buildings and discover that London wouldn’t have been the same without him.

Plus, our Great British Holiday Competition is back and bigger than ever for 2023, offering you the chance to win an unforgettable five-star break in London and the Cotswolds.

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A taste of the issue

Snowdonia National Park: Here be dragons

Snowdon. Credit: Dan Struthers. © Crown copyright (2019) Visit Wales. All rights reserved

The wild and magical landscapes of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales are steeped in myth and legend. Here, we explore more…

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Queen Charlotte: Ahead of her time

Golda Rosheuvel as Queen Charlotte, Hugh Sachs as Brimsley in episode 201 of Bridgerton. Cr. Liam Daniel/Netflix © 2022

Queen Charlotte is set to feature in a new Netflix series this spring, and she is really having her time in the limelight – but what was Britain’s longest-serving Queen Consort really like?

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Sir Christopher Wren: Life and legacy

St Pauls Cathedral. Credit: Chris Mouyiaris / AWL Images

Christopher Wren – astronomer, mathematician, physicist and inventor – is best known as the architect of St Paul’s Cathedral, one of Britain’s most iconic buildings.

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