06 Feb 2017
Good things come in threes so this month our cover features triplets. They're a reminder that it's not long now until spring.
We have feel-good stories for you too, with a look at how Greatwood is using retired racehorses to help disadvantaged young people; plus how iconic red phone boxes are being put to wonderful alternative uses... margaritas, anyone? It's hard to choose a third feel-good story. Wassailing in Avebury?
Glassblowing near Trowbridge? All worthy, but we'll go with the heartwarming tale of how Ceri Cryer's cheesemaking is saving her family's dairy farm.
We have a trio of towns and villages for you this month too: Salisbury, Trowbridge and Biddestone. We also visit the magical Cranborne Chase, present the final (and best) part of Women at Work in WW1, and find out about the government's A303 tunnel proposals at Stonehenge.
Finally, three more for you: our Independent Schools Guide is free with this issue; you can win a W. Carter & Son carriage clock worth over £300, or a book token if you spot the Wily Wiltshire Fox cartoon hiding somewhere in this issue.
Why not light the fire, pour the tea and have a good read?Download PDF