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Countryfile TV
With the help of our friends at Radio Times, we look...
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News
‪New access rights come into force for two new stretches of...
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Get ready to accompany the Countryfile team to the...
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Poll
A new study by academics at the London School of Economics...
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A lovely spring walk in the Brecon Beacons is marred by...
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News
Are deadly species lurking in your canoe or angling kit?...
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Poll
A new study by academics at the London School of Economics...
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Countryfile TV
Get ready to accompany the Countryfile team to the Merseyside...
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The Countryside
The mysterious yellow orb in the sky is shining, and with ...
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A lovely spring walk in the Brecon Beacons is marred by rubbish...
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The Countryside
Keeping your family busy over the Easter holidays has never been...
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News
Are deadly species lurking in your canoe or angling kit?...
Explore the Countryside
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summer
The mysterious yellow orb in the sky is shining, and with ...
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Top 10
Keeping your family busy over the Easter holidays has never been...
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This spring sees the return of National Gardening Week, running...
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Walking
The Bumblebee Conservation Trust is inviting volunteers to help...
Your Photos

Spring has finally sprung, so we'd love to see your images of flowers: they could be the daffodils or primroses in...

Walks

Explore the UK countryside

Places to Visit

Days out and events in the countryside

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We focus on one of the best sites in England to see the aurora borealis or Northern Lights – Kielder in Northumberland, as inspired by Stargazing Live.
The surviving stretches of this little known canal path are set among serene woodlands
Holidays

Holidays in the UK countryside

Basking shark
Wildlife photographer, cameraman and presenter Charlie Hamilton James reveals what it’s like to witness these magnificent creatures up close
Jules Hudson, Attingham Park
Jules Hudson learns the archaic art of maintaining a walled garden on a National Trust working holiday
Photography

Your photos from the UK countryside

Your Photos

  • Enjoying the sun
  • Witley Court
  • Snakes Head fritillary
  • Lambs in April
  • wallflowers in my garden
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  • Aqaegiuil
  • Tete a Tete
  • After the Rain
Country News

Keep up-to-date with news from the countryside

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‪New access rights come into force for two new stretches of the England Coast Path in the...
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Are deadly species lurking in your canoe or angling kit?        
[9th of April 2014]
Following Princess Anne's comments on Countryfile last Sunday, Dr Chris Cheesemen sets out...
The Countryside

Hints, tips and stories from the countryside

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Walking
The Bumblebee Conservation Trust is inviting volunteers to help monitor the bumblebee population across the whole of the UK
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Folklore
Wild Garlic should just be coming in to bloom around Britain. Here we find out a bit more about these pungent plants.
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We explore what springtime space sights can be spotted as the days draw out and the stars appear later in the evening.
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Photographic competition
If you find yourself looking for some photographic inspiration but don't have time to trawl the thousands of blogs, streams and feeds on the net, well don't worry - we've done it for you.
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Conservation
We take a look at some of Britain’s most endangered species.
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History
From Bitchfield to the River Piddle, Wetwang to Nether Wallop, Britain is full of places bearing unusual, amusing and sometimes downright rude names. But how do these names come about?
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Priestley Wood
In celebration of World Forest Day on 21 March, we’ve compiled a list of Britain’s best forests and woodlands fpr you to get out and explore.