As an air of positivity descends on the world and possibilities seem ripe again, we're looking to the positive in the July / August 2021 issue of British Heritage Travel magazine and traveling far and wide across our great island.
Our July / August 2021 issue of British Heritage Travel magazine has just landed on the doorsteps of our loyal subscribers. Here's just a taste of what you're missing out on!
In this issue of the magazine, Dana Huntley shines a light on Britain's face to Europe as he explores the southern coast of Britain and its most recognizable attractions.
Sandra Lawrence sits down with John Hilary, whose family has owned the National Trust-run Nymans since 1890. In keeping with the theme of summer, we also look at five more of Britain's most beautiful gardens.
Sian Ellis explores the Warwickshire villages associated with William Shakespeare, while Susie Kearley discovers a host of attractions in the Berkshire countryside.
We also look at some of Britain's most infamous celebrities and our long and fascinating history with music. This summer issue has something for everyone.
Take a look at what's inside the July / August 2021 issue of British Heritage Travel magazine:
- Take ten
Dana Huntley looks at Ten of Britain's best battlefield visits
- A day well spent
Sian Ellis visits the Warwickshire villages associated with William Shakespeare
- Music through the ages
Dana Huntley looks at the history of Britain's music celebrities
- The Debatable Lands
A look at the Debatable Lands between Scotland and England
- Britain's Face to Europe
Our Sceptered Island’s face to Europe from Portsmouth to Dover
- Around London town
Sandra Lawrence has never been so happy to see the sun and normality return to London
- Rogues Gallery
Scott Reeves looks at Britain’s infamous outlaws
- The house that Messel built
Sandra Lawrence chats to John Hilary whose family have owned the National Trust-owned Nymans since 1890
- Five of the best
Shining a light on five of Britain's most beautiful gardens
- Beautiful Berkshire
Susie Kearley visits Berkshire and finds plenty of attractions for curious travelers
- The Great train robbery
A photographic essay on the history of 1963's great train robbery