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published by Premier Magazines Ltd, London.
What to find in the May 1997 issue:
In the Dock
LEE KAREN STOW dips into British maritime history and sails round some of the docks which are enjoying a renaissance.
Assynt the Ancient
ANN HILLS explores the wild north-west corner of Scotland.
Suffolk Pink, Suffolk Punch and Angels Overhead
ROS DRINKWATER paints a picture of an East Anglian county.
Teas for Two
Where is the best place to enjoy afternoon tea?
PAT MOORE recommends some stylish hotels.
An Enchanted Garden
ROS DRINKWATER visits a rather special garden tucked away on the Kent/Sussex borders.
The Cotswold Olympicks
BRYN EVANS gives the Cotswold town of Chipping Campden the gold medal for fun and games.
Read All About It
LAURA LATHAM opens the book on Hay-on-Wye, the small borders town which hosts a world-famous literary festival.
Gown and Sea
What draws people back to the university town and seaside resort of Aberystwyth in Wales? CAROLE FEWSTER studies up on the area.
My Bit of Britain
Novelist Mary Wesley writes about her home town of Totnes in Devon.
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