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Critics have called This England “as refreshing as a cup of tea” and “Britain's loveliest magazine since 1968”.

Adored by locals as well as expats, This England is the perfect quarterly magazine for anyone that loves this green and pleasant land and is unashamedly proud to be English.

It features articles about English history and lore and celebrates some of England’s greatest achievements, innovations, and enterprises from the 20th century!

Commemorate your love of England and the English way of life with a magazine subscription to This England. Subscribe online today and receive substantial savings on the shop price.

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 Inside This England spring issue

Our spring issue of This England is celebrating beauty in the form of art and design. 

In our Historic Homes feature, Dominique Corlett visits Leighton House, the London home of Victorian artist Frederic, Lord Leighton. The unique property is filled with mosaic floors, golden ceilings, stained glass and tiled friezes, with the décor inspired by the architecture and interior design of the Islamic world.

Meanwhile, in Made in England, Katherine Sorrell visits George Jackson Plasterwork and discovers the art of their intricately decorative work. From Osborne House to Regent’s Royal Pavilion, they’ve embellished some of our country’s grandest buildings with their craftmanship. 

Also in the world of making, William Gibson meets Master Saddler Clare Barnett, one of only 33 side-saddle makers remaining in the country.

Read up on this small but mighty business tucked away on the Hampshire-Dorset border. And, ahead of a blockbuster exhibition on Dante Gabriel Rossetti at Tate Britain this spring, Susan Buchanan shares the story of his enduring muse Fanny Cornforth.

After a tragic childhood, Fanny (real name Sarah Cox) became a professional artist’s model, mistress and lifelong friend of the famous artist following a chance meeting with him aged just 21.  

And there’s plenty more besides… 

In Praise of Modern Britain 

With pranks becoming ever more sophisticated, Brian Viner argues we live in a golden era of April Fool’s jokes. 

A New Royal Era  

Paul James profiles our new monarch King Charles III as he prepares for his upcoming Coronation.  

Explore England  

From ancient architecture to chocolate, Mairi Hughes discovers all the timeless city of York has to offer. 

The Home of Snooker  

Dene Bebbington delves into how Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre became a world-famous host of snooker matches. 

An English Brew Through and Through 

John Greeves visits Truro’s impressive Tregothnan Estate, the first place to grow tea on English soil. 

Digging Deep 

Eighty years on from the Great Escape, Amanda Hodges explores how this audacious mass POW escape came to be. 

Postal Progress  

From July this year, traditional postage stamps will no longer be valid. Eleanor Doughty says farewell to the classic stamps we know and love. 

Roaring Ladies and Wicked Girls  

Lin Bensley looks back on the highway women who once roamed the back streets of England. 

Hidden Gardens of England  

Catherine Larner speaks to garden writer Barbara Segall about her new book on the secret gardens of Kent, Sussex and Surrey. 

My England  

The Duchess of Rutland discusses Englishness, life at Belvoir Castle and what inspired her to write a book about the previous duchesses. 
 
We also have the career of George Grenville in Prime Ministers, a trip to an old-fashioned barber shop, an examination of how Coronations have changed through time, the very best books of the season, and much more. Celebrate all that is beautiful about our country this spring.  

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