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Out & About - August 2016

Out & About - September 2016

Monthly leisure and lifestyle magazine - @outnaboutberks

A little piece of Provence...

A little piece of Provence...

... of Bartholomew Street. Carole Elgueta reviews Brebis

A quick chat with ...

A quick chat with ...

Jodie Prenger, who is performing at The Watermill in Tell Me on a Sunday

Nature was his canvas

Nature was his canvas

And this year it's the 300th anniversary of his birth. Stuart Logan takes a look at work of Capability Brown

Slope off somewhere spectacular

Slope off somewhere spectacular

There's no business like snow business in Whistler, in Canada's Blackcomb Mountains

When the weather outside is frightful

When the weather outside is frightful

... tuck into a comforting bowl of melting Swiss cheese

Original gin... the story of Bombay Sapphire

Original gin... the story of Bombay Sapphire

After extensive refurbishment of its Grade-II listed buildings in Laverstoke, Hampshire, the Bombay Sapphire gin distillery is now open for visitors. Geraldine Gardner takes a tour

They'll get you under your skin

They'll get you under your skin

Carole Elgueta visits a top skin care clinic in the heart of the Berkshire countryside

The land of fire and ice

The land of fire and ice

Located jut below the Arctic Circle, now's the time to visit Iceland and see one of nature's most spectacular natural phenomena, the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. But there's a lot more to do and see there besides. Bailey Robinson specialist Chris Radford elucidates

The Royal Oak Revisited

The Royal Oak Revisited

Three years ago Chris and Laura Webb took over what they thought was going to be a “quiet village pub” in Ecchinswell. It’s been anything but. Carole Elgueta, who reviewed it when they opened, goes back for a second look

Parfait end to a perfect day

Parfait end to a perfect day

In little more than year since it opened, John Campbell’s Woodspeen restaurant has been awarded a Michelin star. Carole Elgueta takes a course at the
cookery school there to see how much of the stardust can rub off

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Brewing up a storm

Brewing up a storm

All kinds of everything

All kinds of everything

Christmas in the days of the British Raj

Christmas in the days of the British Raj

Weather to be - or not to be

Weather to be - or not to be

Sport

'Lightweight' Sir AP no a man of bronze
Sport

'Lightweight' Sir AP no a man of bronze

Cheltenham ready to unveil statue on festival opening day

 
Sport

Banda denies Tadley a conquest

 
Sport

Six-hitters ready for cup challenge

 
Sport

Blues pay for faltering start

 

Arts & Ents

On That Note
Arts & Ents

On That Note...

Modern barbershop quartet prepare for Thatcham show

 
We're not scared. No really.
Arts & Ents

We're not scared. No really.

Rings, the third instalment of the The Ring horror franchise

 
Arts & Ents

Welcome back Renton, your friends have been waiting

 
Arts & Ents

Multiple parts for McAvoy

 
Arts & Ents

Praise for music hub

 

Business

In the business of tackling isolation
Business

In the business of tackling social isolation

Newbury Business Today enjoys a coffee with Caroline Billington

 
Derek Rodgers
Business

Gardner Leader Annual Review 2016

Derek Rodgers looks back at the successes of the law firm last year

 
Business

Grundon drives zero vehicle emissions

 
Business

The Kingsclere firm that became a global leader

 
Business

Newbury company offering UK leading technology to Berkshire businesses