Four of the National Motor Museum’s iconic Land Speed Record cars, the 350hp and 1,000hp Sunbeams, Golden Arrow and Bluebird CN7, which reflect the success of British record-breakers between the 1920s and 1960s, feature in an inspiring new multi-media display For Britain & For The Hell Of It, opened by Don Wales, grandson of legendary Sir Malcolm Campbell.
Owned by the National Trust, the historic Hinton Ampner estate, near Alresford, has an important and distinctive garden created by its last private owner, Ralph Stawell Dutton, the 8th and last Lord Sherbourne.
With our prime location on the magnificent harbour front at Lower Swanwick, The Navigator pub, restaurant, private dining rooms and hotel fully embrace the iconic ambience associated with the seafaring traditions of this lovely part of Hampshire.
You voted for him first at last year’s Food & Drink Awards and now top chef and owner of The Plough Inn in Longparish is set to grace our screens on tonight’s Great British Menu’s North West week. We caught up with him last week to find out some behind the scenes gossip
After receiving an offer they couldn’t refuse, Mayhill Farm’s owners didn’t expect to be downsizing again…Emma Caulton visits their home in the glorious Meon Valley, just far enough away from the madding crowd