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Easter traditions in Europe

18/04/2019 08:13

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

We take a look at how our European neighbours celebrate Easter – there's not a hot cross bun in sight!

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Tips for happy foraging

17/04/2019 16:48

Written by John Wright

Some helpful tips for foraging in the wild in Dorset from expert John Wright.

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The best archaeological sites in Orkney

15/04/2019 15:18

Written by Mark Rowe

You don’t need to be an archaeology buff to be halted in your tracks by Orkney’s stunning Neolithic legacy.

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Britain’s best UNESCO sites

15/04/2019 11:27

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

With a long, fascinating history intertwined with a myriad of magnificent landscapes, it's no surprise that Britain has a wealth of UNESCO World Heritage sites.

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The World Nomad Games

10/04/2019 09:15

Written by Carys Homer

The third World Nomad Games, held in Kyrgyzstan, hosted more than 3,000 athletes from 77 countries. Here are the event's highlights.

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Interview with Gail Simmons

28/03/2019 15:07

Written by Gail Simmons

We chat to Gail Simmons about her experience of writing her new book The Country of Larks, a tale of her long-distance walk through the Chilterns from High Wycombe to Tring, following in the footsteps of Robert Louis Stevenson.

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To hear a skylark?: An extract from The Country of Larks

26/03/2019 10:25

Written by Gail Simmons

Join Gail Simmons on the last leg of her walk to Tring, as she searches for the elusive call of the skylark.

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The eye of the storm: an extract from The Country of Larks

26/03/2019 10:18

Written by Gail Simmons

Gail Simmons laments the impact the maelstrom of HS2 will have on the Chilterns AONB.

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A most pleasant country: an extract from The Country of Larks

26/03/2019 10:18

Written by Gail Simmons

Join Gail Simmons as she follows in the footsteps of Stevenson, exploring the lanes that lead to the chalky uplands of the Chilterns.

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Layers of history: an extract from The Country of Larks

26/03/2019 10:07

Written by Gail Simmons

Gail Simmons describes her journey through Holmer Green, a sleepy little village that still reflects traces of its agricultural history.

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