Country life

Country Life

Farmer Robert believes education is key in uncertain times

News
A pygmy shrew, Britain's smallest mammal.

Country & Coast: Garden watch gives meagre mammal count of just ten

Environment
Picture by Tony Johnson.

Science ‘must underpin’ new farming policy

News

Young rangers appointed to help lead Dales conservation

News

Meet the East Yorkshire village that believes in Fairtrade

East yorkshire

It’s rally time for East Yorkshire’s young farmers

News

Protect roadsides to save precious plants, councils urged

Environment 1

Julian Norton: Seals, promos and camelids

News
Sue Woodcock admired the ruins of Kirkham Priory, situated on the banks of the River Derwent, at Kirkham, North Yorkshire.  Picture by Gary Longbottom.

Wolds Diary: Spring joy of being lost in the countryside

Environment

Living the Dream: Finding my voice after singing to sheep

News
Robert Campbell, of Oneholmes Farm, Seamer, Stokesley. Pictures by James Hardisty.

Farmer Robert believes education is key in uncertain times

News
A pygmy shrew, Britain's smallest mammal.

Country & Coast: Garden watch gives meagre mammal count of just ten

Environment
Picture by Tony Johnson.

Science ‘must underpin’ new farming policy

News

Young rangers appointed to help lead Dales conservation

News

Meet the East Yorkshire village that believes in Fairtrade

East yorkshire

It’s rally time for East Yorkshire’s young farmers

News

Protect roadsides to save precious plants, councils urged

Environment 1

Julian Norton: Seals, promos and camelids

News
Stewart Calliagn with a Lesser Spotted Dogfish, caught on a grey day near Spurn.

Sea fishing: Culture and a catch

News
Tie a bit of snow shoe hare fur above the wing of your F fly for best results.  Fly dressed by Stephen Cheetham.

Fly fishing: Success of pursuit is almost all in the eyes

News
Fewston Reservoir in the Washburn Valley.  Picture: Gerard Binks.

Bounty of trout set to lure anglers to Nidderdale

News
Graham Elliott of Hull, champion of the 2017 Paul Roggeman European Open Beach Championship, holding aloft his winning catch of a thorny backed ray

Sea Fishing: European showdown proves a big success

News
Jo Foster has been in the wars during a rollercoaster week. Picture by Tony Johnson.

Over the stable door: Rollercoaster week is a knock-out

Equestrian
Country Week columnist Jo Foster has paid tribute to her late friend and former teacher, Peggy Alpin.  Picture by Tony Johnson.

Over the stable door: Farewell to classy, charming Peggy

Equestrian
Jo Foster sorting out the tack at her stables at Menston near Leeds.

Over the stable door: Thefts an all-too common story in rural areas

Equestrian