Britain – March-April 2023
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Welcome to BRITAIN’s spring issue, in which we bring you a host of features to put a spring in your step. We wander the charming villages and windmilldotted waterways of Norfolk (Big sky country, p14) and tour mystical Snowdonia, where tales of ancient kings and giants linger from ages past (Here be
Dragons, p66). And if you’ve ever fancied sailing round our shores, we take you from Cornish coves to Scottish islands in Coast along (p46), a round-up of the best British Isles cruises for 2023.
There’s plenty for history-lovers too. We delve into the story of Queen Charlotte, long-suffering wife of George III and the star of a new Netflix series
(Ahead of her time, p23) and step into the
hallowed halls of Hatfield House, which has a long association with Elizabeth I (The house behind the Crown, p32). And 300 years after the death of Christopher Wren, we take a tour of his most iconic buildings and discover that London wouldn’t have been the same without him (St Paul’s & the polymath, p38).
Enjoy the issue!