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  • Regular features on gorgeous places around the UK
  • Packed with gorgeous photos: London, England and the country
  • Monthly quiz: how much do you really know about England? 
  • Profiles of the characters from England's long, and bloody history.

Who Are You And What's The Anglophile?

Who Are You And What's The Anglophile?

Hi there, my name is Chris Young, editor of both the website and founder here at The Anglophile magazine.

Originally from England, I came to Australia to spend some time in the sun... Luckily for me I fell in love with a beautiful Australian lady who would soon become my wife. I live in Australia with her and our two boys.

I set up the website, and then its magazine The Anglophile, as a labour of love. I love my new life in the sun, but feel homesick often and The Anglophile is a way of me sharing my love for the old country.

Well, it certainly seems to have struck a chord because, a few years down the line, it has become bigger than me…

Our growing readership is a community of true Anglophiles and fans of all things England and English - and we'd love to have you on board too.

Therefore I'd like to offer you the chance to check out the latest issue of The Anglophile for FREE...

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What's In The Latest Issue?

Here's what you've got to look forward to in this month's 'Northumberland & County Durham' edition...

What To Do: Northumberland & County Durham Explored

Holy Island & Lindisfarne: A Journey Through Time

Northumberland Quiz

Profile: The Venerable Bede

Gallery: Gorgeous Photos Of Region

Northumberland and County Durham offer a wonderful mix of rural and coastal landscapes, grand Durham city, unique wildlife and extraordinary history, and we start the April issue with a whistle-stop tour of the region’s must-see destinations.

Our second feature this month takes us to one of England’s most cherished places of pilgrimage, that also happens to be a strikingly beautiful home to an array of migratory birds and some internationally important seal colonies. Lindisfarne and Holy Island are wild, wonderful and well worth a visit.

As usual, we have a quiz to see how much you know, and our gallery this month shares some of the iconic images of a region that really deserves to be better known).

And this month’s Great Figure from British History is a true icon of learning, who is not only a historical figure in his own right, but is also responsible for much of what we know about early British history – The Venerable Bede.

I hope you enjoy this issue and that we’ve introduced you to some of England’s most beloved places.

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Cheers & have a great day.

Chris Young
Founder & Editor
The Anglophile

Cheers & have a great day.

Chris Young
Founder & Editor
The Anglophile

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