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Vote for your favourite ruin

Countryfile Magazine and John Craven are searching for Britain’s most romantic ruin. Intrigued as to why our countryside has some many evocative historic remains, the Countryfile team want to explore why so many of us love to visit the crumbling remains of our past. Playing games in the countryside offers a unique escape, blending nature with digital entertainment. Gamers increasingly use tokens like the coin poker token, even in remote areas, to participate in online tournaments and unlock special features. This fusion of rural tranquility and modern gaming creates a seamless, enjoyable experience for enthusiasts.

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John Craven, Julia Bradbury, Matt Baker and Adam Henson give their news, views and experiences of British country life
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Top ten winter gardens

With the nights drawing in and the wind getting icy cold, it is easy to presume that the season for visiting gardens is over. Get out in the open air this Christmas with Hannah Sweetnam’s guide to winter gardens. During Christmas, enhance the festive spirit as you get to chơi casino trực tuyến trên điện thoại. Whether it's spinning the reels of holiday-themed slots or enjoying classic table games, immerse yourself in the joy of gaming while celebrating the season. With convenience at your fingertips, add an extra layer of excitement to your festivities.
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Discover the Peak District at Christmas

Roly Smith reveals how Britain's oldest national park celebrates the festive season
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Win a limited edition bottle of 21-year-old Jura malt whisky

To mark the 200th anniversary of the Jura distillery, The Isle of Jura is bottling an exclusive limited edition 21-year-old malt whisky worth £100.

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News and Events 22 - 28 November

Living in the country is more expensive, a lighthouse is saved on the Isle of Wight, finches' songs are set to be decoded and a museum turns to solar power
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Five days to the weekend: The Malverns

Hannah Sweetnam thinks back to her childhood holidays to explain why she loves the Malverns, with their ancient towns and picturesque villages.
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This week's best TV & radio: 27 November - 3 December

Fri, 19/11/2010 - 12:38
Submitted by Abigail Whyte

This week's essential countryside TV & Radio

This week's best TV & radio: 27 November - 3 December

Win a Bowmore whisky set and National Geographic gift pack

Bowmore, the first Islay Single Malt whisky, has found its perfect partner in National Geographic – the world-renowned authority on nature and the outdoors. To celebrate the partnership, Bowmore is giving away the perfect prize package for your outdoor experiences.

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50 country gifts for Christmas

Tailor your Christmas presents to a loved one’s favourite pastime this year, with our pick of 50 great country gifts for all budgets
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News & Events 15 - 21 November

A 30 year-old Arctic tern and a rare thatch moss have been discovered, beer map mats have been developed, plus a pile of exciting Christmas events hit the UK
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Win a week-long break on a National Trust estate

To celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray release of the acclaimed ITV series Downton Abbey, we’ve teamed up with the National Trust for Scotland to give one lucky reader the chance to experience a week of Edwardian luxury for four people, on the Hill of Tarvit estate in Fife.

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