Cockerpoo gundogs

With their ever-increasing popularity, cockerpoos have started to appear in the field – and they are here to stay. David Tomlinson explains why you should consider a cockerpoo gundoog, especially…

Venison salad niçoise

Retain your culinary standards alfresco, even without a table, chairs and pressed linen. Philippa Davis’ venison salad niçoise makes an impressive main for a picnic and this game twist on…

Hounds dogs at fox hunt meet in Pembrokeshire hunting

There are many types of hound bred to hunt the fox both here and across the world. Some breeding has followed fashion, while others stick to function and what is…

Charlotte McNulty

Growing up in a family with a long sporting heritage, Charlotte McNulty always knew she would work with game. Now a game rearer and keen beater and gun, she is…

The Field

British gunmaking today; Holidays with dummies – take a gundog training break; Hunting hounds and stay solvent – how do amateur huntsmen make ends meet?; Fun at the Fair –…

Peugeot 508 GT

Charlie Flindt predicted something practical yet uninspiring from Peugeot’s foray into the ‘fastback’ segment. He is delighted to discover that the Peugeot 508 GT is very smart and has plenty…

Catch big trout

As the mayfly season whips the fish into a frenzy, Charles Rangeley-Wilson advises on how to catch big trout. Just remember, forbearance is the key ingredient, and don’t cast until…

Fried spiced scones with cardamom and coconut

Nothing beats a fresh scone warm from the oven, but have you thought about adding spice to your afternoon tea? Philippa Davis’ fried spiced scones with cardamom and coconut do…