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Kitchens Through Time

For a kitchen to feel truly comfortable in a home, it needs to work with the architecture of the space, respecting the features for a harmonious result.

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Welcome to Spring 2021

If spring is here, summer can’t be far behind. With warmer temperatures, longer days and a loosening of lockdown I’m looking forward to spending more time out of the office.

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Top of Their Game

We talk to Darren Hole of Dude & Arnette, the country’s leading oast house maintenance and restoration company.

Welcome to Winter

Welcome to Winter

Welcome to our final magazine of the year – and what a strange year it’s been.

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Spectacular Staycations

Ever dreamed of living in a historic castle? Or staying in a lighthouse? How about waking up in a fort with the might of military history all around you, or relaxing on a stately home estate?

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Welcome to Autumn

While leaf fall prompts thoughts of a hunker-down at home in front of the fire, it may also be a good quiet time to fit in a UK staycation – and why not make it a spectacular one? We have some splendid suggestions from The Landmark Trust, who restore interesting old properties then let them…

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Welcome to Summer

Welcome to our summer edition – what a lot has happened since our last magazine! The pandemic has left economic uncertainty for everyone, so it’s really important that we continue to support our local tradespeople, not only to help them as individuals but also to ensure their skills are not lost. Among these skills are…

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Welcome to Spring

I don’t know about you, but there’s always an extra spring in my step as I realise the days are getting longer and we’re seeing the back of winter!

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Keep the Home Fires Burning

As the days get colder and darker we all want a warm place to curl up, and a cosy corner by the fire is the ideal spot to enjoy a good book from on a cold winter’s afternoon.

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Winter Gardening

Winter doesn’t have to be white in the garden, even if there is a blanket of snow covering the soil. Most of the colour comes from berries: hollies, firethorn, and other winter-fruiting plants that add unexpected splashes of reds and oranges to your winter garden.