EXPLORE ENGLAND 2015
We are confident that the wide variety of fascinating articles and magnificent colour photographs will make
Explore England 2015 of interest, not only to readers who intend visiting the places mentioned, but also to armchair travellers and anyone who wants an enjoyable and informative guide to England and her many treasures beyond 2015. Separate sections give details of England’s most popular beaches and most interesting inns, while to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War we have included an article which highlights locations with wartime associations which are open to the public. Finally, at the back of the magazine is a handy diary of events which take place in England throughout the year. At the heart of Explore England 2015 is a region-by-region guide to many of the attractions that can be enjoyed, with brief details about each stately home, garden, museum etc. and full contact information to make planning your visit easy. The rest of the magazine consists of a series of articles on particular places and sites. These include Stonehenge, the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall, Thomas Hardy’s picturesque cottage in Dorset, the Tramway Museum at Crich in Derbyshire, the SS Great Britain in Bristol and the mysterious Pendle Witch Country in Lancashire. We also take readers on a leisurely trip along the lanes of Devon, explore Swindon’s Steam Museum and look at some of the windmills and watermills that are open to the public. Ancient castles, grand country houses, glorious gardens and magnificent cathedrals…heritage railways, quirky museums, golden beaches and historic pubs…every corner of England has something for the visitor to discover and enjoy. Now, thanks to this new, beautifully illustrated publication, produced by the same editorial team that compile each quarterly edition of This England, anyone wanting ideas for a good day out will have the information at their fingertips.
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