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Whatley Manor was built in the decadent 1920s on 12 acres of England’s finest rolling countryside. STUART WHITE visited the Cotswold hotel for a night of absolute indulgence.
In a summer which has hit fruit production the good old apple has done slightly better. Chris Barber, of The Castle pub in Hurst, sings the praises of the apple.
There's no doubt Einstein was a clever chap. He had relativity covered, he was all over Brownian motion and the physics doyen picked up the Nobel Peace Prize for his paper on the law of the photoelectric effect.
There are a number of golden oldies all looking for new homes this week.
You can’t escape the credit crunch – it’s even invaded British Food Fortnight, which started last Saturday and runs until Sunday, October 5.
This year the promoters are giving topical advice on how to eat British and save money during the credit crunch.
I have been ever so lucky this week to see flashes of blue.
Last Monday saw the vernal equinox and from now until the spring our nights will be longer than the days.
These are the blooming marvellous people who helped make the borough blossom in one of the gloomiest summers on record.
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When it comes to thrift in these testing times, there are few who understand better how to be parsimonious than gardeners.