Country Life - 26 July 2017 (CL260717)


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Country Life issue CL260717 published by Time Inc.

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Country Life July 26 2017 is our brilliant Game Fair number featuring Lakeland terriers, leading figures in conservation, ideal gundogs plus the making of a Purdey gun. Find out more: LAKELAND TERRIERS: The Lakeland or fell terrier may be hard to define, but it’ll definitely be a handful, advises Adrian Dangar CONSERVATION: Kate Green looks at what’s changed in the conservation movement in 120 years and leading figures name their heroes and inspirations GUN DOGS: David Tomlinson on why docile is better than flashy in a gundog GARDENS: Kathryn Bradley-Hole visits the superb international garden at Seend Manor, Wiltshire FAVOURITE PAINTING: The author and consultant Peter York chooses a climactic triptych by John Martin COMMENT: Tim Bonner, chief executive of the Countryside Alliance, on the next 20 years in the countryside ARCHITECTURE: Serenely beautiful Great Chalfield Manor in Wiltshire has a surprisingly eventful history. Clive Aslet and John Goodall report REEL LIFE: It’s a tale of grilse and gritted teeth as David Profumo is embarrassingly successful on a fishing trip to Connemara COOKING: Melanie Johnson makes hummus out of courgettes CIGARS: Cigars for smoking guns COLUMNIST OF THE YEAR: John Lewis-Stempel finds music for a father-and-daughter road trip and anxiously inspects his wheat fields on a sultry day LUXURY: News, plus the making of a Purdey gun, by Hetty Chidwick, and novelist Kathy Lette’s life essentials INTERIORS: How to have a brilliant bootroom, by Arabella Youens DANDELIONS: Generations of children have made it a pernicious weed by blowing its seedhead to the four winds yet, observes Ian Morton, we have great affection for the cheerful yellow flower PROPERTY: Suffolk’s Tudor treasures

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Publisher TI Media
Title Country Life
Frequency Weekly
Sector Lifestyle
Date 26 Jul 2017
Month July
Year 2017