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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In this month’s issue, Ram Thiagarajah tells us about community, voluntary work and his love for Swindon. We meet Colonel Andrew Dawes CBE. Mary-Vere Parr visits Manor Farm in Broad Chalke to talk soil health, conservation, and animals. Anne Holland gets to know some of the people involved in establishing the success of racing at Barbury Castle. Neil Henty meets Danny Kruger, MP for Devizes to talk about his ambitions for the area. Jane Gifford visits Abbey House Gardens in Malmesbury to find out how the ‘next generation’ are maintaining the spirit of the place. The county has become a stronghold of the corn bunting thanks to its farmers but, Morag Walker asks, could this welcome success soon be put at jeopardy? Michael Marshman visits the lost landscapes of the county. Tim Saunders meets award-winning ceramicist and sculptor Liz Watts. Georgie Green heads north of Marlborough to visit the Ogbournes. There are so many treasures still awaiting discovery by anyone with the curiosity to seek them out and we will always do our best to help you find them. Often, these 'treasures' come to light after many years of being hidden away. This month, Fiona Scott highlights the conservation work taking place at a small church in a suburb of Swindon that is beginning to reveal a very rich and varied history through treasures once thought lost. Elsewhere in the issue, we visit Corsham to talk to Nicola White of Previous Homewares to find out about the independent shops that give the town's high street such character, and finds out why independents are the key to thriving towns. In this month’s free Independent School’s Guide we meet the head teachers at St Margaret’s, Calne and Bryanston. Features include: finding the right balance with secondary school choice; moving towards a more sustainable future; creating a positive relationship with sport; why great facilities are key to boarding success; discovering expression through movement; learning to cope with school pressures; understanding and caring for the environment; preparing students for a changing world; exploring education outside the classroom; moving beyond traditional uniforms; and Wansbroughs Solicitors on why an educational gift can benefit everyone.