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The Countryman is one of the oldest, most respected countryside magazines in the world. It appears every month and is read by thousands of people throughout Britain and overseas, who share its concerns for the countryside, the people who live and work in it, and its wildlife.

The Countryman focuses on the rural issues of today and tomorrow, as well as including features on the people, places, history and wildlife that make the British countryside so special.

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The latest from Mark Whitley's Country Diary

Curiosity for grown-ups

0 Josie George

“A lot of life nowadays seems to be concerned with things having a point,” declares writer Josie George. “I like things that have no real point to them other than that they happen to exist and be wonderful. Things around us: stories, mysteries, other lives.”

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Spring cleaning

0 Keep Britain Tidy has announced its biggest-ever litter campaign

I know from my travels round the country and talking to people in rural communities that one of the main issues that concerns people today is litter, whether on the streets of our towns and villages, in the countryside or along the coast.

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Nature’s calendar

0 The Woodland Trust is asking people to record sightings of species such as the song thrush

It’s that time of year when the natural world begins to wake up after winter, so February is an ideal month to start taking part in the Woodland Trust’s Nature’s Calendar project

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