More Roman Mosaics, holidaying on a Dorset Housing Estate and it’s early rise in the Bread Shed!

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The first episode of July’s BV Magazine Podcast is out now – just click the play button to listen. If you’ve not had a chance to click through the July issue yet, then why not just listen to the first episode? 

In this first of July’s BV Magazine Podcast episodes:

  1. The Letter from the Editor, Laura Hitchcock
  2. Second mosaic at Hinton St Mary leads to a history re-write Archaeologists have discovered a second mosaic at the site of Hinton St Mary’s iconic Roman mosaic pavement – almost six decades after the original discovery – and it is challenging everything we thought we knew.
  3. New reserve is a tribute to Angela Hughes The Countryside Regeneration Trust is keeping alive the legacy of a pioneering Dorset farmer and conservationist
  4. North Dorset housing estate becomes top holiday destination Residents on a new housing development in Okeford Fitzpaine are working together to create a welcome for their African guests
  5. Letters to the Editor A new additon to the Podcast – but they’re one of the most well-read pages in the magazine, so it feels right to include them
  6. Early rise in the bread shed It’s a baker’s dozen of working hours for David Mirus, perfecting his sourdough before Wimborne awakes. Tracie Beardsley reports in A Country Living

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