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In the deepening autumn, before the trees are laid bare, a crispness permeates the air; a reminder that winter is waiting in the wings. As fading leaves are blown away, the landscape awaits the arrival of frosted mornings and velvet night skies. With temperatures falling away, our November/December issue relishes the chance to wrap up and explore the seasonal transition outdoors, with the welcome of a cosy hearthside chair on returning home.

Discover how to keep the flames aglow from an expert on preparing kindling, and spend relaxing evenings in the warmth while knitting a pretty cushion cover. There is comfort food to be enjoyed too, with recipes for perfect golden Yorkshire puddings and delicious sticky toffee treats. Savour the buttery richness of a light, fluffy crumpet or enjoy breadsticks with the children, freshly cooked outside over an open fire to keep off the chill.

A new flush of garden colour arrives with the mellow reds and yellows of the crab apple, contrasting with vibrant purple bead-like callicarpa berries.
We reveal how one smallholder harvests her home-grown produce to bolster her store cupboard with preserves during the colder months. Our feature on dog fur explains how this natural insulation protects man’s faithful friend, and learn why the British Isles are susceptible to air currents which can whip up a storm.

Travel to the windswept North Yorkshire coast to explore the narrow streets of Staithes, encircled by a sheltering arm of rugged cliffs. Follow the footsteps of a writer along the atmospheric flat marshland of The Wash with its endless skies. More dramatic beauty is to be found in the Scottish Highlands where remnants of an ancient pine forest stand tall and proud. Take a step inside a tannery which keeps traditional skills alive, and marvel at a craftsman’s tiny metal treasure boxes engraved with intricate woodland scenes.




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