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In this month’s issue:

• We look at the work of the Royal British Legion as it celebrates 100 years of service

• Rt Revd Dr Lee Rayfield, the Bishop of Swindon explains how he enjoys the challenges of cycling across the county

• Festivals are back on track as the Chalke Valley History Festival and Wylye Valley Arts Trail announce their summer programmes

• Simon Heptinstall talks to the renowned Wiltshire clock expert with a world of experience

• Wiltshire Wildlife Trust have a guide to growing your own wildflower meadow

• Sophie Butcher says keeping bees is easier than you think

• John Wright reveals the fate of Wiltshire people transported to Australia

• How potter John Julian from Burcombe creates the must have kitchenware loved by Britain’s finest cooks

• Clarissa Reilly looks at the influence of the television series Bridgerton is having on our desire for all things Regency, with a guide on how to create the look in your own home

• We find out what to do on the allotment this month

• The Somerford Arms shares two delicious recipes

• Grant Berry from Yapp Bros sings the praises of the new wave of Beaujolais producers.

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