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Britain’s best climbing magazine for all climbers providing all you need to know about the rock climbing sport. Each issue is packed with climbing information and details coverage of worldwide and UK climbing news and articles, climbing gear reviews, stunning climbing photos plus great competitions. Whether you are new to climbing or an experienced climber this magazine has something for everyone. Download our free app and enjoy a FREE 16-page taster issue of the magazine. Happy climbing!
Go Birdwatching is an annual publication aimed at new birdwatchers looking to get more out of the hobby. Not only will it tell you when and where to find birds, but also how to identify them correctly and understand their behaviour. There are also no-nonsense guides to the best binoculars, telescopes, tripods, and other birding kit for beginners, plus a guide to the top 50 birdwatching sites in the country. Ideal for all ages, this magazine is packed with great birding advice from the experts. Go Birdwatching is brought to you from the publishers of Birdwatch magazine.
Backtrack was first published in 1987 with the aim of presenting British railway history. At first quarterly and then bi-monthly, Backtrack went monthly in 1995 and has gone from strength to strength, justifying its founder’s identification of a niche in the railway publishing market for a high quality historical journal. Backtrack’s remit is to cover all aspects of railway history throughout Britain and Ireland, from its earliest days in the era of horse-drawn tramroads up to around ten years back from the present. Locomotives (whether steam, diesel or electric) and rolling stock feature prominently, but Backtrack also looks at the history of particular lines as well as considering the social, political, financial, engineering and labour aspects of railway history. Topics such as stations, bridges, signalling, biographies, train services and staff recollections therefore regularly appear in the magazine. A strong pictorial content is an important feature of Backtrack and in addition to archive black and white photographs each issue contains quality historical colour coverage of the railway scene, all reproduced to the highest standards.
Caravan magazine is a monthly publication aimed at the new and experienced caravanner. The magazine has been inspiring readers for over 76 years, with top holiday ideas, in-depth caravan tests and solid practical advice. Written by caravanners, for caravanners. Every month we feature the very best places to take your tourer, UK and abroad. We include expert tests on new and secondhand caravans and give you sound towcar advice. The magazine is unbeatable value with every issue packed with full of easy to understand technical help and we always have lots of great caravanning products to win! Get the Caravan Magazine know how and keep up to date with all aspects of the caravanning lifestyle from the latest news, model reviews and top travel tips with Caravan magazine.
Whether you are a keen embroiderer or simply love fabric and textiles, Embroidery magazine is filled with ideas and features to inspire you. Each edition is packed with colourful features on contemporary and traditional textiles, and keeps you up to date with news of the latest shows and events taking place around the country. Our diary and what's on pages show you what's hot, while our features delve into the vibrant world of textiles, fashion and embroidery - covering everything from craft to catwalk and more! Our mission is to bring you the best of embroidery and textiles, talking to makers and stitchers who share their passion for embellishing the surface with us - giving our readers an unique insight into all facets of this sumptuous craft.
THE CHAP ├A JOURNAL FOR THE MODERN GENTLEMAN ├Founded in 1999, The Chap takes a satirical look at the modern world through the eyes of an old-fashioned English gentleman. The Chap seeks to maintain decorum, standards and, above all, correct dress, and it goes about this by celebrating the great dandies and gentlemen of the past, as well as casting a critical eye over the rather disappointing dress habits of today. ├Readers are invited to send their photos in for a sartorial assessment and these are reproduced in the “Am I Chap?” section. Elsewhere, one may read interviews with notable living Chaps such as Chris Eubank, Sir Roger Moore, Adam Ant and Donald Sinden. ├The principal gentlemanly pursuits are also given coverage: Gambling at the horses; Grooming (with particular emphasis on moustache cultivation); Cricket (written by Wisden regular Steve Pittard); Drinking (especially cocktails); Dressing Up (in which every sartorial detail, from waistcoats to slippers to pocket watches, is covered). The Chap also features an in-house butler, who is on hand to answer all your queries of a socio-sartorial nature. ├Whether you truly want to adopt the lifestyle of the dandy or the gentleman, or simply wish to keep yourself informed of the latest developments in cravat usage and pipe tobaccos, The Chap is the only British publication entirely devoted to celebrating the arts of the gentleman.
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