We take a look at what's inside the March / April issue of British Heritage Travel's print magazine.
The March / April issue of British Heritage Travel is out now! We started 2021 with fresh hope that travel and adventure waited but recent closures and restrictions brought about COVID-19 haven't dampened our spirits, instead, we come to this issue excited as ever to share our wonderful land.
And so with this in mind, Dana Huntley, as only he can, examines the historical ties that bind the United Kingdom to America as well as looking at the impact the arrival of the mill had on British society. Dana also revisits some of his many trips to Britain and draws on that experience to share ten of the most beautiful road trips across our land.
Elsewhere, we cast our mind back to The Dark Ages with Scott Reeves who reminds us that perhaps history's darkest period wasn't all negative, while Sandra Lawrence looks at London's experience of dealing with medical emergencies.
All of this combines with trips to Regency Cheltenham, Anglesey, and Liverpool as well as a photo essay on The National Trust's largest costume collection, which is houses at Killerton.
Enjoy the issue and let's look forward to brighter days ahead.
Check out what's inside the March / April issue of British Heritage Travel:
Dana Huntley looks at British road trips across the land to explore.
Down by the old mill
Dana Huntley looks at the effects the introduction of mills had on British society.
About London town
Sandra Lawrence looks at London's history of weathering health emergencies.
Discovering the Dark Ages
Scott Reeves revisits the Dark Ages and discovers a period that's not all misery.
Susie Kearley explores the picturesque landscapes and rich history of this welsh island.
Fashion through the ages
We shine a light on Killerton's stunning costume collection, dating back as far as 1690.