Special Auction Services of Newbury featured a remarkable Second World War survivor in its antiques sale on February 5 – and it duly sold for 10 times its pre-sale estimate.
House & Home
It’s hard to imagine how to get greater seclusion in closer proximity to one of Scotland’s finest small towns.
Tayside company Broxwood Windows knows that a person’s home is their castle. And that’s why they work to give each of their clients doors and windows fit for royalty.
While awaiting your cuppa in the McManus, glance at the glazed display case lining the café and the shimmering presence of a museum treasure – the silver-gilt Doncaster Gold Cup, made for one of the oldest horse races in Britain.
In most cases country living involves a handsome but draughty old stone house or a warm but boring new build.
John Stoa is looking at the gardeners weather this week.
THE COURIER’S Saturday ‘Menu’ supplement is proudly the Scottish Newspaper Supplement of the Year. It is not the first Dundee ‘menu’ to make waves, however.
A few steps takes me above the bustle of the road and to the front door of 23 Marshall Place.
If you’re unsure why your waistline is increasing, it could be worth looking within your own four walls...
John is branching out into the world of flowering trees this week