New issue: Issue 239 is out now!

    This issue, our travel special focuses on somewhere close to our editor’s heart: Yorkshire.

    I was at university in Yorkshire when I fell in love with my (now) husband, so it is still a very special place for us but I’m not the only one to have fallen for its charms.

    The city of York, which I was lucky enough to revisit for this issue’s city guide is one of Britain’s most popular tourist spots and even when its cobbled lanes are crammed with visitors, you can’t help but swoon at its timber-framed buildings.

    Of course, when it comes to Yorkshire, we can’t not mention All Creatures Great and Small, and this issue Tina Walsh takes us on a gentle journey through Herriot Country in Yorkshire, and the filming locations for TV’s most heart-warming drama.

    And for all the areas of natural beauty, from the countryside to the coast, Yorkshire also has an impressive number of grand houses and this issue Jeremy Flint steps inside one of the grandest, Harewood House for an exclusive photoshoot.

    Plus, we celebrate the 750th birthday of one of Scotland’s greatest heroes – King Robert the Bruce.

    And, you could be in with a chance of winning a two-night stay in York!

    Get your copy now here.

    Also inside the issue:

    • We explore the life of the youngest Brontë sister, Anne, and discover why her radicalism meant she has only recently gained the recognition she deserves
    • Our writer discovers the origins of some of Yorkshire’s most famous delicacies, and advises on where you can enjoy them today
    • Our writer has us dreaming of cosy weekends away with her pick of Yorkshire’s best inns
    • From Easter to May Day, we explore some of the more unusual British spring traditions

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