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Christmas Gifts For The Country Gent
Tuesday, 17th of November 2015

Stumped for Christmas gift ideas when it comes to the country gent in your life? Or the man who appreciates the great outdoors? Well your Christmas gift conundrum is solved this year with the help of Waterman's! We have a selection of great gift ideas that

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Health Benefits Of Walking
Health Benefits Of Walking
Wednesday, 14th of October 2015

It has long been speculated that your body can benefit from regular walking in more ways than one. Walking can be as moderate or brisk as you like, and people of all ages and physical ability can benefit from adding a daily walk into their routine. As well

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5 Autumnal Activities To Do In The Countryside
5 Autumnal Activities To Do In The Countryside
Thursday, 17th of September 2015

Autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons, with fields littered with crisp and colourful leaves and lawns heavy with dew. Despite the cold weather that it can sometimes bring there's nothing worse than being cooped up inside in the warmth for days on end.

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How to Find the Right Horse Riding Boots
Tuesday, 21st of July 2015

Choosing the right horse riding boots is more than just a matter of personal preference. With a broad range of styles and options, finding a shoe that fits requires more than just knowing your size; it can depend on how and when you ride, which will in turn

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Choosing Outdoor Clothing for Hot Weather
Choosing Outdoor Clothing for Hot Weather
Thursday, 25th of June 2015

For most people, summer weather is a time for beach clothing, board shorts and light trendy dresses. For those in the agricultural business, where getting out in the Sun is just an everyday routine, the hot weather can pose a number of challenges; particularly

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The Countryside and Your Health and Well-being
The Countryside and Your Health and Well-being
Friday, 5th of June 2015

Believe it or not, whenever planning permission is required to build on countryside areas or around green space, councils have to take the health and psychological well-being of residents into consideration. The effects of endless urban sprawl are more

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