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In this issue we focus on summer gardens, with the National Gardens Scheme sharing details of glorious places to visit during the month, in our regular feature from the allotment, Morag Walker explains how to make teas to keep pests of your plants and Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is encouraging everyone to create a pond to benefit both wildlife and your garden.
We discover the work of acclaimed Malmesbury sculptor Sam Flintham. Chris Cole takes a look at the origins of some of the county’s town and village names. We find out how people living on an ordinary street in Salisbury came together in extraordinary times, and discovered more about the history of their homes.
Grant Berry from Yapp Brothers wine merchants, heads to the vineyards of California for this month’s selection of wines, perfect for enjoying in the summer sunshine. Clarissa Reilly looks at the fascination of collecting royal memorabilia. As we launch the 2022 Wiltshire Life Awards, all the details of the categories and how to enter are revealed, including a new Green Business award.