What to find in the September 1997 issue:
Walking in Wales, the AA Landlady of the Year, an unusual staircase is restored at Burghley House, a new exhibition at London's National Army Museum, two festivals of flowers and lots more.
Letters to the Editor
Quirky holiday stories, poignant moments and your impressions of IN BRITAIN magazine.
A Stirling Performance
700 years ago, Braveheart William Wallace faced the English at Stirling Bridge. IN BRITAIN returns to the site.
All Fired Up
One hundred years on and the W Moorcroft company is still spinning the pottery wheel, discovers JANE FURNIVAL.
Circling the Beacons
JACKIE NEWEY finds that the Brecon Beacons are perfect to explore by car and recommends a reliable camera and a hefty supply of film.
Down the River Dart
HILARY MACASKILL takes a pleasureboat down the wonderful waterways of South Devon.
JOHN LEONARD follows J M W Turner's tour across the north of Britain, describes his skills as an artist and obsession with travel.
Let's Play House
ANDREA SPAIN travels to West Sussex to rummage through some of the grandest houses around.
London's Open Spaces: Richmond Park
ROS DRINKWATER takes an autumn constitutional in the south west of the capital.
In Britain Directory
If you're planning a trip, here are some suggestions for where to stay, what to do and lots more.
Festivals, exhibitions and shows for the autumn months.
My bit of Britain
Ex-Avengers actress HONOR BLACKMAN describes her love for Constable Country.
|IN BRITAIN September 1997|
Front cover photo:
Stirling Castle in Scotland,
|IN BRITAIN September 1997, page 3|
Local hero: Mel Gibson makes
his point in his own procuction
version of the William Wallace story -
photograph İ Twentieth Century Fox.
Subscriptions and rates!
|IN BRITAIN September 1997 pages 30-31
Totnes on the River Dart in Devon is the starting point
for the River Link Cruises. PhotosİAllan Bradford
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