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THE JULY
COUNTRYMAN MAGAZINE:

Making liquid sunshine
Expert beekeeper Simon Cavill explains how honey is created

A farmer’s boy in the 1950s
John Phillpott remembers spud-picking sixty years ago

Cool shade and fit for kings
Rosamond Richardson celebrates
the myths and folklore surrounding the nation’s favourite trees; this month it’s the sycamore

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