Outdoor Britain

With vibrant displays of flowers and long, warm days to look forward to, it’s time to make the most of nature and visit these beautiful National Trust gardens.

Hedgerow in Dorset

At this time of year British hedgerows spring to life. In an excerpt from his new book, A Natural History of the Hedgerow, forager and...

As the sun comes out and thoughts turn to the coast, check out some of Britain’s most idyllic and secluded beaches, highlighted in Daniel...

Churchill, blue plaque, hyde park gate, london

The London blue plaques scheme, which provides an intriguing glimpse into the capital’s past, is celebrating its 150th anniversary in May this year

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Here we bring you a selection of images from This Land, a beautiful new photography book by Joe Cornish, which takes Britain’s landscapes from ancient quartzite rocks of the Scottish Highlands to the rolling chalk downs of Southern England.

Hardy's Cottage, the birthplace in 1840 of novelist and poet Thomas Hardy , at Higher Brockhampton, near Dorchester, Dorset.

English cottage gardens have a rich history. In medieval times, they contained herbs, fruits, vegetables, a beehive and often livestock, providing nourishment for poor...

St Davids, Wales

This St David’s Day we follow in the footsteps of the 6th century bishop who became Wales’s patron saint and visit the beautiful and historic sites connected to his story...

Snowdon, Wales, welsh wonders

A land of mystery, delight and a rich Celtic heritage, we explore Wales’s most wonderful spots from stunning natural beauty to important historical sites. 1 Snowdon, Snowdonia National...

Iron Bridge, Shropshire, English Heritage

English Heritage is to undertake its single largest conservation project with a major repair of the Iron Bridge in Shropshire

Fountain Abbey, Yorkshire

Here we bring together the UK’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites representing the very best the country has to offer visitors