What to find in the June 1997 issue:
The centenary celebrations of the publication of Dracula; Joseph Wright, Derby's famous artist; seals at Oban; art in Kent and lots more.
Letters to the Editor
Funny tales, holiday memories and what you think of IN BRITAIN.
Decorate with Honours
JANE FURNIVAL goes shopping for the best current British interior design.
On Location: Jane Eyre
CATHY SMITH follows in the footsteps of Charlotte Brontë's heroine in Derbyshire.
Shakespeare - The True Story
PETER BRIMACOMBE reads up on the real William Shakespeare as the reconstructed Globe theatre has its opening season in London.
A Lochaber Treasure Chest
MICHAEL J. STEAD recommends using Fort William as a base to explore Glencoe and the Highlands of Scotland.
JACKIE NEWEY visits a craftsman who, after many years of trial and error, has perfected the art of fiddle making in mid Wales.
Staying in Style
AVRIL GROOM meets the creative minds behind the newest fashion in Britain's "designer hotels".
Close at Hand
Salisbury in Wiltshire claims to have the tallest cathedral spire, the oldest hotel and a medieval cinema. ALLAN BRADFORD reports.
In Britain Directory
If you're planning a trip, here are some suggestions for where to stay, what to see and do, and lots more.
My Bit of Britain
Artist BERYL COOK paints a colourful picture of her home town of Plymouth and the delights of Cornwall.
Festivals, exhibitions, and shows for the summer months.
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