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Making the Most of Your Windows

Windows aren’t simply a functional item, they add character to a building; and dirty or degraded windows can ruin the look of your property.

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Choosing Tiles for Your Home

Choosing the right tiles can be a little daunting, so here’s a quick guide to get you started…


How to Create the Perfect Gallery Wall

A gallery wall is a curated display of photographs, posters or prints, creatively arranged on a wall using photo frames.

The leaves of the Cotinus coggyria ‘Grace’ are a splendid sight in the autumn garden.

Autumn Garden Ideas

What works and what doesn’t – choosing plants for late-season colour by Alexandra @

A side of salmon is a great alternative to more traditional celebration meals, whether that is your weekly Sunday roast or something for a special occasion. And eating it with delicious blueberry and dill sauce is a treat!


Sweet and savoury recipes from the countryside.

Chesneys Shoreditch multi-fuel stove,
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Finding the Perfect Fireplace for Your Period Home

Don’t you just love spending a cosy evening curled up by the fire? As the nights draw in, many of us retreat to the fireside to bring a little cheer to the grey skies, and having the right fireplace to suit your home can make or break the ‘hygge’ factor in your property.


The History of Names and Numbers

A brief overview of the tradition and history of house names and numbers in the United Kingdom


Still on Trend at the Barn

Bagham Barn Antiques have something to celebrate and are inviting customers to help them do just that.


Autumn Gardening

Autumn is upon us, the evenings are gradually drawing in and winter is fast approaching. This is the time for trees and hedging; fruit trees and fruit bushes; roses and bulbs; and garlic.


Welcome to Autumn 2022

Welcome to the latest edition of Conservation News. It’s been an incredible summer hasn’t it?