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HRH The Prince of Wales: We may be the last generation fortunate enough to experience the wonderful people, skills and activities of our countryside

HRH The Prince of Wales: We may be the last generation fortunate enough to experience the wonderful people, skills and activities of our countryside

HRH The Prince of Wales has guest edited the November 14 edition of Country Life. In his leader article, he talks about the threats to the British countryside, and what we can all do to help.HRH The Prince of Wales has guest edited the November 14 ed

Swimming
Country Life

Mousehole: A charming dot on the map perfect for fishing, unwinding and soaking in the Cornish culture

The tiny fishing village of Mousehole, in the farthest reaches of Cornwall, is a charming spot for swimming, spider crab, art and everything in between. James Elwes explores.The tiny fishing village of Mousehole, in the farthest reaches of Cornwall,

Home and Decoration
Country Life

The former gaol which became the finest, most historically significant private residence in Guildford

The former gaol which became the finest, most historically significant private residence in Guildford

South Hall, a former goal-turned-governor's-residence, provides the exciting opportunity to own and expand upon one of the most historically important houses in Guildford.South Hall, a former goal-turned-governors-residence, provides the exciting opp

Home and Decoration
Country Life

Jason Goodwin: ‘It would seem that dirt isnt merely survivable: its indispensable.'

Jason Goodwin: ‘It would seem that dirt isnt merely survivable: its indispensable.'

Our Spectator columnist lampoons the modern practice of filtering the dirt and germs out of our day-to-day lives, cautioning against the consequences this may have on our immune systems. Our Spectator columnist lampoons the modern practice of filteri

Apple
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Range Rover Velar review: ‘Room, anyone, for an iPhone on wheels? Meet the Velar.'

Range Rover Velar review: ‘Room, anyone, for an iPhone on wheels? Meet the Velar.'

Range Rovers Velar feels classy and timeless, with pools of polished, seamless black glass that rival even Steve Job's creations. Charles Rangeley-Wilson tried it out. Range Rovers Velar feels classy and timeless, with pools of polished, seamless bla

Law and Crime
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The ancient estate of the de Vere family, sympathetically updated to include a tennis court, swimming pool and a stunning orangery

The ancient estate of the de Vere family, sympathetically updated to include a tennis court, swimming pool and a stunning orangery

Once the seat of one of the most powerful families in Oxford, Crepping Hall and its surrounding grounds will provide the ideal countryside escape for one lucky buyer.Once the seat of one of the most powerful families in Oxford, Crepping Hall and its

Travel and Experiences
Country Life

Nothing ventured: The life-changing moments of adventure travel are closer than ever before

Nothing ventured: The life-changing moments of adventure travel are closer than ever before

As more of us seek out holiday experiences and expeditions that transcend everyday life, adventure travel is having a moment. Weve found three amazing challenges that, thanks to the host of benefits provided by The Platinum Card® from American Expres

Art and Exhibitions
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My Favourite Painting: Pierre Lagrange

My Favourite Painting: Pierre Lagrange

'A masterpiece of human craftsmanship and timeless aesthetics.'Self-portrait at 28, 1500, by Albrecht Dürer (14711528), 26½in by 19in, Alte Pinakothek, Munich, Germany.Michael Hall chooses Tiepolo's An Allegory with Venus and Time.

Culture and entertainment
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The unique and extraordinary images of the First World War created by Britain's first-ever official war artist

The unique and extraordinary images of the First World War created by Britain's first-ever official war artist

Muirhead Bone, Britain's official artist of the First World War, made dozens of extraordinary drawings to catalogue the scenes he witnessed. Country Life published many of those pictures at the time; here is a selection.Battle of The Somme: The work