This England Magazine Subscription + Gift

£21.25

£4.00

FOR YOUR FIRST 3 MONTHS THEN £5.75 EVERY 3 MONTHS THEREAFTER

SAVE 32%

Quarterly Direct Debit
+ FREE BOOKAZINE    
Price listed above are for UK delivery only

 This England Bookazine Offer

Your first issue only £4 when you subscribe to This England + FREE Historic Homes of England Bookazine*

Subscribe to the glossy quarterly magazine that celebrates England.

Published four times a year, enjoy England through the seasons with the help of beautiful photography and terrific articles highlighting the country’s rich history and heritage, fabulous scenery, wonderful places and fascinating characters, past and present.

Commemorate your love of England with a magazine subscription to This England. It’s also a great gift for Anglophile friends and relations everywhere.

Read more about This England magazine here.

Please note, subscriptions purchased from this page will begin with the current issue.

For alternative direct debit & overseas subscription offers, please visit our main page here.

FlipBooks
This England This England Click to take a look inside

Click on any of the below tabs for more information.


Britain's loveliest magazine since 1968

Launched in 1968 with the light-hearted slogan, “as refreshing as a pot of tea” and with a mission of “poetry not politics” This England is packed with absorbing articles, beautiful photography and uplifting stories and poems celebrating all that is best about England.

Over the years This England has built up – at home and abroad – a loyal readership who love its vibrant mix of features about modern and traditional subjects. In each seasonal issue we explore England’s historic towns and picturesque villages, our lovely countryside, our rich history, Great Britons, fine stately homes and churches, glorious gardens, colourful customs, curiosities and traditions.

And while there’s lots of nostalgia, we find plenty to celebrate in modern England, too from the arts and culture to the forward-thinking entrepreneurs, architects and craft-makers. All in all, everything that makes England such a lively and interesting place.

We have a network of fabulous contributors based all around the country writing on every subject imaginable and briefed to entertain and inform in everything they write. 



Inside This England spring 2024 issue

Our latest issue of This England rounds up the very best of spring across the country.

We head to Worcestershire as Deborah Stone discovers the beauty of the Vale of Evesham’s famous Blossom Trail. Meanwhile, Steve Roberts documents the fascinating history of the area and Editor Angela takes a leisurely cruise on the Severn.

This spring also marks an important anniversary: 200 years of the National Gallery. Isobel King outlines the history of this renowned art institution and rounds up the highlights and the events being held for its 200 magnificent years.

Another 200 year anniversary we mark in this issue is a remarkable two centuries since the birth of Wilkie Collins, author of the first detective novel. Orlando Murrin celebrates the crime-fiction genre, reflecting on how far it has evolved and how popular it is today.

And of course, that’s not all...

Historic Homes of England 

Chris Franks visits the dramatic Bolton Castle in the Yorkshire Dales and walks us through its many ups and downs of the past.

In Praise of Modern Britain

Brian Viner reveals his love for Doodle Dogs.

Made in England

Jeremy Flint learns the age-old art of wheel-making in Devon as he meets one of the few remaining traditional wheelwrights in the country.

Walks of Life

Susan Buchanan looks fondly on her years as a Rambler and shares the joy rambling has brought to her life.

The Masters of Marmalade

 Margaret Mather discovers the delights of the Dalemain World Marmalade Festival in the Cumbrian countryside.

Why We Love a Morris 

Richard Webber meets the current day devotees of this cherished motor manufacturer.

Plus, Cornucopia, a chat with Tracey Edwards MBE, the best books of the season, a fabulous spring diary and much, much more. We hope you enjoy every page!



Meet the Editor: Angela Linforth

Angela Linforth, This England EditorAngela Linforth, This England Editor

It is my absolute joy to be the editor of This England - what a voyage of discovery! I’m the third editor in the history of this wonderful magazine, having taken over in 2018. I have been a journalist and editor for most of my working life, although I had a foray briefly into the traditional English hand-made furniture industry. 

What I love about This England is its breadth of subject matter. While one day I can be learning about the history of aviation, or the favourite dogs of the royal family, the next I can be sailing up the River Severn or visiting Berkeley Castle to see the site of Edward II’s supposed death by red-hot poker (something I was reminded of, of course, through the pages of This England).

In the five years that I’ve been here I’ve discovered so many fascinating things about our country, which despite the best efforts of our leaders, continues to thrill. 

I have also absolutely loved the interactions with you, our wonderful readers, who are always coming forward with such a wealth of good ideas for the magazine, pithy comments on our features and feedback on aspects of this country that are little known and wonderful to discover.

If you want to get in touch, share a story or comment on anything in the magazine, please email us at editor@thisengland.co.uk or write to us at This England, 185-186 Fleet Street, London EC4A 2HS. 



Support your favourite read with a great-value subscription direct from the publisher, ensuring that you do not miss the latest serving of quality, engaging content.

Publisher of This England, DC Thomson is a leading media organisation in the UK. Established in 1905, DC Thomson publishes a huge selection of popular magazines and newspapers covering daily news, comics and lifestyle topics.



Historic Homes of England - 101 Magnificent Houses to Visit

Take a trip around England to discover some 101 of our finest houses to visit. Packed full of beautiful photographs, there are houses where history has been made, houses with exquisite collections, furniture and decoration, houses with stunning gardens, castles that have been at the centre of battles.

There are grand houses – you can step inside the real “Downton Abbey”, explore the real “Brideshead” or see the infamous lake where Mr Darcy took a dip in Pride and Prejudice. We also feature more modest houses – see where Victorian polymath John Ruskin lived and worked, visit Winston Churchill’s beloved Chartwell, step inside Sir John Soane’s treasure filled London home.

We have stately homes and castles with great historic stories to tell. Some of these impressive houses showcase England’s finest architecture, some showcase world class art and antiques. There are splendid royal residences, plus quirky smaller places that tell a fascinating story.

Split into regions, there’s a mix of long-form features telling the story of eccentric or world beating owners and listings-length write ups and everything in between. Each house is accompanied with beautiful pictures and contact details. The bookazine guides you to the best historic houses in each region in 128 glossy pages.

Product Info: RRP: £8.99, 128 pages

Historic Homes of England BookazineHistoric Homes of England Bookazine


Your subscription will start with the current issue at the time of payment (UK delivery). Visit our subscription calendar for more information.

Free Historic Homes of England Bookazine offer is subject to availability and can be removed at any time. Bookazines will be sent direct to the payee, within 28 working days. Available to UK addresses only. 

To delay your subscription start date, please call 0800 074 0188

Direct debit*: First issue only £4, then £5.75 every 3 months, available to recipients within the UK when paying by Direct Debit. For UK bank accounts only. Direct Debit offer for new customers only.

Issues per year = 4

Product code: TEBKZ

General: Overseas customers please select the “Overseas” price tab above for accurate pricing information and to order, or call +441382 575052.