In this issue
We meet photographer Ian Berry who has faced bullets and ruthless regimes to capture historic moments in time; a village daffodil planting project in Dinton is celebrating a horticultural pioneer Reverend George Engleheart. The Wilton Windmill Society shares the story behind this iconic landmark; The Wiltshire Gardens Trust is a charity established more than 30 years ago, we find out how it has grown and evolved; Sophie Butcher encourages planting for pollinators and shares ideas to brighten up your garden this month; it was a war setting father against son, brother versus brother, we discover how the English Civil War divided the county; Gary Lawrence visits the Swindon charity Dressability who adapt clothing for people with disabilities; the Waight family have farmed on Salisbury Plain for 150 years, Mary-Vere Parr reports on how their methods support both an ancient site, and their livestock. Also in this issue a full guide to retirement living and care here in the county.
From the editor