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Combe Gibbet, harvest time, looking after the River Kennet, Tutts Clump Cider and sale of vintage corkscrews all feature in free lifestyle magazine for West Berkshire, North Hampshire and East Wiltshire




The autumn edition of Out & About magazine is available to pick up free from outlets in and around Newbury.

Catch up on how Eleanor Gilbert – the Berkshire Farm Girl – has been coping with harvest during the unseasonal weather and what Barton Court river keeper Nick Richards is up to.

Out & About
Out & About

The cover shows nature writer Nicola Chester standing near Combe Gibbet, her favourite part of the West Berkshire countryside. She talks to Emma Cole about her love of nature and the publication of her memoirs On Gallows Down.

Out & About paid a visit to the Wale family to find out more about their successful Tutts Clump Cider business and there are plenty of recipes and reviews in the food and drink section, including some sparkling food suggestions to make your bonfire celebrations go off with a bang.

Sarah Bosley paid a visit to Beale Park to discover what is on offer there and you'll also find a round up of what's on over the autumn, as well as all the usual lifestyle features – fashion, education, mental health, fitness, gardening, pets, motors, travel, interiors, books and astronomy.

Make sure you pick up your free copy of Out & About magazine from your local stores or supermarket.

Berkshire Farm Girl Eleanor Gilbert at work during a challenging harvest season
Berkshire Farm Girl Eleanor Gilbert at work during a challenging harvest season
The Wale family make 'proper' Tutts Clump Cider
The Wale family make 'proper' Tutts Clump Cider
Barton Court river keeper Nick Richards has his own way of travelling
Barton Court river keeper Nick Richards has his own way of travelling
Francois Touzin with some of his collection of vintage corkscrews
Francois Touzin with some of his collection of vintage corkscrews
Newbury allotmenteer David Cole offers gardening advice
Newbury allotmenteer David Cole offers gardening advice


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