British Heritage Travel Magazine Jan / Feb 2002 issue

British Heritage Travel Magazine Jan / Feb 2002 issueBritish Heritage Travel

Happy New Year and welcome to the January / February 2022 issue of British Heritage Travel magazine.

There is something special about the New Year - a new start and new travel plans on the horizon.

What better time of year than this to start plotting your next adventure in the United Kingdom and wow do we have some inspiration for you! Dana Huntley looks a Britain's great adventures and trips to make special memories on your next vacation.

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Scott Reeves takes in all the Isle of Wight has to offer while Susie Kearley dives into East Sussex.

Of course, February brings along St. Valentine's Day when our minds turn to romance and from the historic stories of King Arthur and Camelot and travels around the Isle of Anglesey we have tales to make your heart swell.

February also marked the 70th anniversary of King George VI's death and this issues' stunning photo essay gives an insight into the Royals during World War II. As if this wasn't enough, Sandra Lawrence checks out how travelers can celebrate their love for "Harry Potter" during their next trip.

Explore what 2022 plans lay ahead of you. 

- Take Ten

Dana Huntley looks at ten of Britain's biggest adventures

- A day well spent

Siân Ellis visits the Isle of Anglesey and discovers an island for lovers

- In search of Camelot

Dana Huntley goes in search of the Legend of King Arthur and Camelot

- British Battlefields

James Graham looks at the often overlooked British Battlefields

- Exploring County Down 

Domhnall O'Donohue visits County Down and discovers there's more than meets the eye

- Bucketlist travel

Dana Huntley shares advice for discovering hidden treasures 

- Around town

Sandra Lawrence explores a most modern piece of British literature - Harry Potter!

- Five of the best

Towns best known for their legendary food

- Exploring the Isle of Wight

Scott Reeves delves into an island that encapsulates all of England.

- East Sussex

Susie Kearley explores East Sussex and discovers a location with something for everyone

- King George VI

A photographic essay on the list and death of King George VI - the man who should have never been king - on the 70th anniversary of his death

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