The Curlew is a new periodical dedicated to fine writing about the natural world.
The Mull Otter Group (MOG) is a fast-growing association of volunteer enthusiasts whose aim is to create positive awareness regarding the conservation needs of otters on the Isle of Mull.
The Somerset-based charity Hestercombe Gardens Trust has launched an appeal to raise £1.5 million towards the development of internationally renowned Hestercombe Gardens and to secure its future for generations to come.
What did you have for breakfast today? Jam on toast? Fresh fruit? Dried fruit in your muesli or some tomatoes with your fry-up? Maybe fruit juice or a coffee? All of these were pollinated by bees.
The Churchill and Sarsden Heritage Centre (near Chipping Norton, and possibly Oxfordshire’s smallest museum) is currently staging an exhibition about the history of Cotswolds sheepwashing.
This month marks thirty years of Hay Festival, which brings together thousands of writers and readers amidst the beautiful Welsh countryside.
The Dorothy Clive Garden, an award-winning tourist attraction and charitable garden trust at Willoughbridge near Market Drayton in Shropshire, is running a series of adult learning workshops this year.
National Mills Weekend (Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th May) is when hundreds of windmills and watermills across the UK open their doors to visitors in an annual celebration of Britain’s mills and milling heritage.
The very first issue of The Countryman (a souvenir edition of which accompanies the April issue) can be viewed online here.
“The British countryside is that part of Britain from which our race springs, and the vigour, on which depends the intellectual balance of the nation and its power to serve
not only its own people but the world.” J W Robertson Scott