Countryfile 66 November

Inside this brand new issue: discover the Scottish borders, Britain’s 55 cosiest country pubs, Autumnwatch: a red deer rut special, Great Days Out, reviews, news and more.

Published: October 11th, 2012 at 9:15 am

Inside this issue:
In the country
  • Look out for running hares
  • Beachcombing, autumn larches and violent slugs
  • Welcome to the season of saints and bonfires
  • Tips on how to read the landscape and its wildlife on your next walk
  • At the market: cinder toffee and parkin
Discover... the Scottish Borders
Enter a landscape of lovely hills, glittering rivers and friendly towns
Britain’s 55 cosiest country pubs
An expert guide to Britain’s best rural inns for winter
World lying championships
Tall tales reap rewards for Cumbria’s finest fibbers
Autumnwatch: red deer rut special
Martin Hughes-Games reports on one of Britain’s greatest wildlife spectacles
How to care for your garden birds
Fill your backyard with bird life this winter by following our feed and planting guide
Weekend guide to... Hereford
A hospitable Medieval city set in a deeply rural county
We will fight on the beaches
How Churchill planned to repel a Nazi invasion by fortifying the landscape
My countryside
Neil Oliver of Coast reveals his favourite parts of Britain
Great Days Out with Julia Bradbury
Wildlife wonders: marvel at rutting deer, flocking starlings, basking seals and more.
Plus all your regular favourites: news with John Craven, books and TV with Matt Baker, kit, letters and subscriptions.



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