This England is a quarterly magazine, published in spring, summer, autumn and winter, "for all those who love England's green and pleasant land". It has a large readership among expatriates, many of whom are elderly, and concentrates on the values and customs of England -- especially rural and small-town England -- in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. The magazine started in 1967 with the slogan "As Refreshing as a Cup of Tea!"; it is still edited by its founder, Lincolnshire-born Roy Faiers, and is based in Cheltenham. This England boasts a circulation of 150,000.
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