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    Join us for a regency romance in the historic city of Bath, a celebration of Beatrix Potter, whose legacy extends far beyond writing and drawing, and get the inside scoop on life inside the big house at Castle Howard

    Welcome to the June/July issue of Discover Britain! In this issue we’ve fallen in love with historic Bath as our editor explores the pretty southwest city and its magnificent Georgian architecture, in particular the filming locations that feature on screen in both the Regency-set smash hit show, Bridgerton, and a forthcoming adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion.

    One Georgian building that also has a cameo in Bridgerton is Castle Howard – a magnificent stately home, just outside York. This baroque masterpiece is beautiful inside and out and in this issue, writer Eleanor Doughty gets the inside scoop on life inside the big house from the chatelaine, Vicky Howard.

    Our editor also took her children to the V & A to see the new Beatrix Potter exhibition, and in our article you can read all about her extraordinary life and achievements, which go far beyond writing and drawing.

    Plus, would you like the chance to stay in five-star luxury in London, taking in the capital’s most famous sights? How about a trip to the quaint villages and rolling hills of the Cotswolds? Or even a visit to Edinburgh, Scotland’s stunning capital? You can win all of this and more in our fantastic Great British Holiday competition.

    Also inside the issue:

    • As the Platinum Jubilee approaches, we look back at coronations and royal celebrations through the ages
    • Once a teatime treat for the post-war generation, Scottish jams and ‘jeelys’ are now an international export
    • Writer Bella Falk goes in search of puffins and learns how to capture the perfect photo of these popular birds on Skomer Island, in Wales
    • We look at the fascinating history behind Britain’s midsummer celebrations, and where you can join in this year
    • The historic harbour town of Whitstable has a world-wide reputation for its oysters, and it is chic and charming too
    • Journey along the Fife Coastal Path with us, exploring quaint fishing villages and natural wonders along the way
    • Your chance to win a luxury weekend on the South Devon Coast

    Buy your copy of issue 228 (June/July 2022) here (available from 10 May) or subscribe online to have Discover Britain delivered direct to your door six times a year.

    Cover caption: The Georgian Pulteney Bridge in the historic city of Bath, Somerset

    Cover credit: ISTOCK/Chris Dorney

     

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