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Table of Contents - September 2008 British Heritage

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The Lake District: Landscape in Amber
By Jim Hargan
England's largest lakes and tallest peaks adorn the Cumbrian countryside.

Arundel: Britain's Finest Country Town
By Dana Huntley
Yes, it is both wonderful to live in and exquisite to visit.

Bold and Beautiful Bess of Harwicke
By Sian Ellis
The brilliant Bess built Chatsworth, Hardwick Hall and a dynasty.

Visiting in Dickens' World
By Dana Huntley
The author's beloved Rochester, Chatham and the villages of the Medways.

Still Oxbridge After All These Years
By Jennifer Dorn
Do Oxford and Cambridge still hold the mystique of centuries?

A Day to Visit Shrewsbury
By Jim Hargan
Exploring Shropshire's medieval county town from shuts to The Dingle.

Let's Go to The Fayre!
By James Graham
Antiques of all descriptions, local crafts and fun at fairs across the country.

DEPARTMENTS  

Dateline: Britain

Our Sceptered Isle
with Dana Huntley

Hands Across the Sea
The American Museum in Britain

Around London Town
with Sandra Lawrence

 

 

 

 

 

Beyond the Bookshelf

The Anglo-File

Reflections

 

 

 

 



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