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Oxford’s Story Museum is open at last

The pandemic is a challenge that the newly opened Story Museum in Oxford have overcome with creativity. Who said social distancing can't be fun? The magic begins the moment you step into the enchanted Portal...

Your January/February 2021 issue is here!

From England's castle country to its medieval wool towns, in this issue we celebrate Britain's diversity and hope for a year of more adventures As we bid a firm farewell to 2020, we look forward...

National trust on screen

The National Trust’s Location Managers take us behind the scenes and revisit some iconic film and TV moments in which their historic houses and landscapes have starred  Words: Harvey Edgington & Lauren Taylor Can we provide a...

The mystery of Agatha Christie: The real-life story of the crime novelist

Agatha Christie penned some of the world’s most famous crime novels, but the real-life mystery of her own disappearance has never been solved She is the best-selling fiction writer of all time. Her 66 murder...

Shear delight: Discover Suffolk’s wool towns

Travel back in time with a visit to Suffolk’s pretty-as-a-picture wool towns, thriving centres of the woven cloth trade in the Middle Ages Words: Monica Woods Spend a long weekend in a certain patch of southern...

10 best B&Bs in Britain

Whether you are seeking rustic charm or boutique chic, traditional home comforts, quirky character or something more edgy, here are 10 of Britain’s best B&Bs recommended by the editors of the Good Hotel Guide. LOW...

Mary Anning and Dorset’s Jurassic Coast: History set in stone

A new film shines the spotlight on Dorset's Jurassic Coast, one of Britain's most captivating coastlines. An impoverished fossil-hunter born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, in 1799, Mary Anning has long been a footnote in the...

Britain’s winter wonderland

Winter is just around the corner, so it's time to sit back and appreciate some of our nation's wintry wonders The New Forest, Hampshire The New Forest is a charming National Park found in southwest Hampshire, which...

Keep Calm and Carry On: Britain’s stately homes on lockdown

Britain’s stately homes were forced to close their doors during the recent lockdown. These ancient walls are used to surviving against the odds – but how have they coped in the current crisis? On 3...

Remember your ‘roots’ this Halloween

Why not return to your ‘roots’ this Halloween and rediscover the humble turnip? Long before the pumpkin became the Halloween decoration of choice, people across the British Isles carved scary faces into turnips and placed...

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