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We all know how beautiful Berkshire is, but it just seems extra special when covered in the white stuff. Here are some of the best photos from the December 2017 snowfall
With incredible views across the Aylesbury Valley, Coombe Hill is a really stunning part of the county…
A look back at some of the best Berkshire photography shared on Instagram this week…
The Berkshire/Buckinghamshire Life Countryside Calendar 2018 features 12 beautiful glossy photographs offering you a year-long reminder of the county you love
Prepare for non-stop hilarity in the superb local shows this Christmas. Our own Pantomime Queen, Sandra Smith, takes us through what's on offer
There’s not much more invigorating than a Sunday stroll across the countryside on a crisp winter afternoon. Here we round up some of our favourite Buckinghamshire walks to enjoy this winter
Follow Steve Davison as he heads to Streatley for a walk with views across the Goring Gap before crossing the River Thames to the neighbouring Oxfordshire village of Goring-on-Thames
The wildlife, the autumn colours appearing, fresh days better than that ‘summer’ we had, not forgetting the pubs… Sandra Smith reveals her favourite walks
With the North Wessex Downs, Windsor’s Long Walk and a whole host of beautiful towns and villages, Berkshire is an amazing place for a stroll
When the weather gets colder, there’s not much more refreshing than a brisk walk across the countryside. Here are a few of those to enjoy in Berkshire
Great things to do in Buckinghamshire this weekend: art exhibitions, walks, concerts, theatre, places to visit and other events and ideas.
Great things to do in Berkshire this weekend: art exhibitions, walks, concerts, theatre, places to visit and other events and ideas.
We round up some of the best events and things to do across Buckinghamshire this month
We round up some of the best events and things to do across Berkshire this month
Or rather hiding on the heathland, as some elusive birds have returned to Snelsmore Common in West Berkshire
Some are now becoming endangered species in their native habitats, others flourish in our counties, while one is a rare visitors
Sun or shade, you’ll find plenty to see and do at our BBOWT nature reserves this month… and perhaps learn a thing or two
The more you know about these long-lived, far-flying insect hunters, the more amazing they are. So make time to see them this summer
The trees of Burnham Beeches would have stories to tell about the people who for centuries have gathered firewood, grazed animals or now simply enjoy the lofty sights
Great British Holidays& Breaks
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