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Britain

March/April 2021
Magazine

Packed with 196-pages of the best attractions, days out, places to stay and food and drink destinations, the 2015 BRITAIN Guide is your definitive companion to getting the best out of your holiday. From forgotten medieval villages, to country houses within easy access of London and shopping areas for picking up quintessential gifts, you won’t want to leave home without it.

EDITOR'S LETTER

Britain

YOUR LETTERS • Write to us with your thoughts on the magazine and memories of Britain

WELLS WORTH A VISIT

The BULLETIN • A musical extravaganza, dressing to the nines and a popular pastime revived

READING CORNER • Take inspiration for your British adventures from these great reads

Break for the Borders • Though often overlooked in favour of the Highlands, the Scottish Borders reward visitors with scenic landscapes and a wild and wayward history

THE PLANNER

Regency REVELS • As Netflix’s hit drama Bridgerton tells a tale of wanton Regency-era aristocrats, we delve into the real-life romances that fuelled gossip in this scandalous era

BOOK AHEAD

Roses Remembered • This year marks two historic anniversaries for Tewkesbury. But what put this small Cotswolds town on the map?

NATIONAL TREASURE • Thanks to the passion for collecting of a wealthy doctor, London boasts the world’s most comprehensive museum

LUCKY FINDS

BOOK AHEAD

England’s lost PALACES • England was once dotted with royal palaces, many of which are now lost in the mists of time. We dig into the history of two of the most magnificent examples

PALACES OF THE PAST

LIVING HISTORY • Stowe House is a stately home with a difference, where schoolchildren work alongside conservators to keep its spirit alive

BOOK AHEAD

http://www.britain-magazine.com MARLBOROUGH • This Wiltshire market town sits in a landscape scattered with mysterious prehistoric monuments

On the Black & White trail • Discover the wonderful timber-framed buildings of North Herefordshire, set in the historic borderlands between England and Wales

TOP 10 BRIGHTON • With fresh sea air, picturesque piers and Regency palaces, Brighton is the ultimate seaside city

Down House • Charles Darwin’s house in Kent is bursting with family memorabilia and provides a fascinating insight into his life and work


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 84 Publisher: Chelsea Magazine Edition: March/April 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: February 4, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Travel & Outdoor

Languages

English

Packed with 196-pages of the best attractions, days out, places to stay and food and drink destinations, the 2015 BRITAIN Guide is your definitive companion to getting the best out of your holiday. From forgotten medieval villages, to country houses within easy access of London and shopping areas for picking up quintessential gifts, you won’t want to leave home without it.

EDITOR'S LETTER

Britain

YOUR LETTERS • Write to us with your thoughts on the magazine and memories of Britain

WELLS WORTH A VISIT

The BULLETIN • A musical extravaganza, dressing to the nines and a popular pastime revived

READING CORNER • Take inspiration for your British adventures from these great reads

Break for the Borders • Though often overlooked in favour of the Highlands, the Scottish Borders reward visitors with scenic landscapes and a wild and wayward history

THE PLANNER

Regency REVELS • As Netflix’s hit drama Bridgerton tells a tale of wanton Regency-era aristocrats, we delve into the real-life romances that fuelled gossip in this scandalous era

BOOK AHEAD

Roses Remembered • This year marks two historic anniversaries for Tewkesbury. But what put this small Cotswolds town on the map?

NATIONAL TREASURE • Thanks to the passion for collecting of a wealthy doctor, London boasts the world’s most comprehensive museum

LUCKY FINDS

BOOK AHEAD

England’s lost PALACES • England was once dotted with royal palaces, many of which are now lost in the mists of time. We dig into the history of two of the most magnificent examples

PALACES OF THE PAST

LIVING HISTORY • Stowe House is a stately home with a difference, where schoolchildren work alongside conservators to keep its spirit alive

BOOK AHEAD

http://www.britain-magazine.com MARLBOROUGH • This Wiltshire market town sits in a landscape scattered with mysterious prehistoric monuments

On the Black & White trail • Discover the wonderful timber-framed buildings of North Herefordshire, set in the historic borderlands between England and Wales

TOP 10 BRIGHTON • With fresh sea air, picturesque piers and Regency palaces, Brighton is the ultimate seaside city

Down House • Charles Darwin’s house in Kent is bursting with family memorabilia and provides a fascinating insight into his life and work


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