Tuesday, December 10, 2019
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Sophisticated surroundings and classy gin: The De Vere Wokefield Estate

By Sue Roberts There has been an estate at Wokefield since the first house was built in the 1560s for the wealthy Plowden family.  Set in...

Amsterdam: a city to delight the senses

When you have a day to kill in Amsterdam - ahead of taking part in the city’s iconic marathon - the only problem is...

INTERVIEW: The man who cut the rope

‘Touching the Void’s Simon Yates speaks to Ben Fitzgerald about the split decision that  both saved his life and propelled him into the spotlight... It...

Oxford is one of the worst places in the UK for commuting – here’s...

Perhaps unsurprisingly for the locals, Oxford is considered to be one of the worst cities in the whole of the UK for commuting,...

Celebrate Spring in Devizes when Broadleas House opens a pop-up garden as part of...

The lovely garden at Broadleas House in Devizes is to open for The National Garden Scheme at Magnolia time, as a pop-up garden on...

A visit to the newly liberated Mosul

Off The Grid - Our man in Iraq “If there is any silver lining, it is this,” Ali said to me as we walked the...

A Bruges cruise to remember

Tobias Baughan reflects on his trip to the Belgium city of Bruges, through the lens of the film In Bruges. In Bruges: A Guide to...

How do you plan a road trip for the ultimate film and TV fan?...

Can’t get enough of your favourite TV shows and film franchises? Why not take a road trip to see where they were made –...
Swindon man walk for charity

Swindon man to walk from Lands’ End to John O’Groats for Charity

Swindon local, Steve Carr, will be walking from end to end of the UK starting on February 1st in order to raise awareness for...

Messing about on the Wye! (Or how to waste time well…)

There’s something about rivers, that turns even the most cynical among us into budding Zen Buddhists. Constantly moving yet permanent, bending and...
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