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This England is the quarterly magazine for everyone who loves England’s scenery, heritage, history and people. Launched in 1968 with the light-hearted slogan, “as refreshing as a pot of tea” and with a mission of “poetry not politics”, it is packed with absorbing articles, beautiful photography and uplifting stories and poems celebrating all that is best about England.
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!
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