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Table of Contents - January 2008 - British Heritage

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The Stour River Valley Is a Work of Art
By Jean Paschke
The lush East Anglian landscape captured on canvas.

Dover: Still the Gateway?
By James Graham
The historic port thrives in the age of Eurostar.

Christmas at the Pantomime
By Siân Ellis
Uniquely British and uniquely fun!

Make it British Books for Christmas
Our favorite authors' picks for the season.

Allotment Gardening
By Siân Ellis
Digging in the soil yields more than fruit and veg.

Chelsea: Strolling Down the King's Road
By Jennifer Dorn
Everyone seems to want to go to Chelsea.

A Day to Visit Chester
By Jean Paschke
Going back 2,000 years around its ancient walls.


Dateline: Britain

Our Sceptered Isle
with Dana Huntley

Around Town
with Sandra Lawrence

Letter From British Heritage

Hands Across the Sea
Lending a Hand at Ightham Mote
By Patty Mathisen

Beyond the Bookshelf

Great British Heroes
Edward Jenner

Last Orders, Please!


Manchester: Queen of the North

The Royal Shakespeare Company: Still Playing The Part

Ancient Chepstow: Gateway to Wales

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