Wiltshire Life is Wiltshire's leading county magazine. It was established in 1946 and has gathered a strong following over the decades. Re-launched in 2002 to great acclaim, it keeps its readers informed, entertained and engaged, from Swindon in the north to Salisbury in the south. Wiltshire Life embodies the essence of Wilshire and is, quite simply, the best magazine that covers all aspects of life in the county.
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Aly Balsom visits some of the gardens that were open as part of the Bradford on Avon Secret Gardens event. Geraldine Faulkner talks to snooker legend, Steve Davis, about his forthcoming appearance at the Delaware Road Festival at Imber. Morag Walker examines the effect on farmers of the latest General Licences changes. Tim Saunders meets Marlborough-based portrait artist Julie Wood. Geraldine Faulkner spends a day with the Youth Adventure Trust to experience at first-hand the impact its programme has on vulnerable young people. Gary Lawrence joins in with a new type of choir, a tuneless one. Nick Goss tells Wiltshire Life about the projects being funded over the next five years in the Cranborne Chase Area of Natural Beauty. Amesbury golfer, Michael Browne, is making a name for himself on the professional tour five years after losing the lower part of one of his legs. Frances Rasch recommends garden jobs in August.