Category Archives: Outdoors And Leisure

Where to Go For a Weekend Away in Autumn and Winter

Wintery road in Scotland

Now the clocks have gone back, the nights are drawing in and temperatures dipping, it seems like the perfect time of year to head off on a weekend break to one of five locations that offer some of Britain’s best views. We have put together the places that are worth visiting during autumn and winter, Continue Reading →

The Benefits of Walking in Winter

A man in country clothing walking in the winter snow

Many people are put off from their usual walking habits when the winter months hit. Fear of the cold, the darkness and struggling to find the motivation all contribute to us being less active in this season. However, getting out and about in the winter can do your body and your mind a wide range Continue Reading →

Must-Have Country Clothing For The Winter

A jacket from our range of men’s country clothing

With the summer having come to an end, the winter weather is well and truly on its way. You may have noticed the slight chill in the air, and the sight of the sun setting earlier and earlier each evening, which means it’s time to get prepped for the seasons ahead. There’s no need for Continue Reading →

Rough Shooting vs. Driven Shooting

A man in his shooting clothing with his gundogs

There are a few different terms used to describe a type of shoot, from driven shooting to walked-up and rough shooting. These terms are often confused with one another; so today we’re here to give you a little insight into the differences in these kinds of shoot days and what to expect from each.

Where to Go to See Autumn Colours in Britain

Autumn scenes around Britain

The whole of Britain begins to transform in September, as the end of summer struggles to let go, but come October; we are fully into autumn. The crisp air, shorter evenings, crunchy leaves underfoot and the array of yellow, orange and red hues in the trees makes you want to stay cosy and indulge in Continue Reading →

Wildlife To Watch For In The Autumn

Wildlife to watch for in autumn

In the autumn, British wildlife goes into business preparing for the cold winter months. As the temperature drops, there is a lot of work to be done, such as fattening up for the winter, flying south and preparing homes for hibernations. Everywhere you look in the countryside there are signs of change as the wildlife Continue Reading →

Country Events to Attend This Autumn

See falconry displays at country events this autumn.

You may think the biggest country events of the year have come to an end, but with three months left to go this year, there are still plenty to attend. With the autumn bringing the harvest, there are lots of great food markets happening. There is also the game season underway, so several upcoming events Continue Reading →

Outdoor Activities To Do On August Bank Holiday

Bunting used for a Bank Holiday garden party

August Bank Holiday weekend is just over a week away, and no doubt you will be thinking of how to spend that extra day off. With our fingers crossed the rainy August weather will take a break and we will have some glorious sunshine and warm weather, there will be plenty of outdoor activities to Continue Reading →

Setter Gundogs: What You Need to Know

Setter gundogs training with dog accessories

Setters are a type of gundog used for hunting game birds such as pheasant and grouse. There are four setter breeds in the UK; English, Irish, Irish Red and White and Gordon. Setters search for game by scent and do so methodically. When they encounter prey, they freeze rather than chase, and it is their Continue Reading →

Best Hikes To Do In Britain This Summer

Go for a summer hike at amazing locations in Britain

Our green and rainy country is home to some magnificent landscapes that make for great hiking locations. There is everything from coastal strolls to scrambles up mountains; British boots were definitely made for walking. This summer, get your own walking boots on and quality ladies and men’s country clothing from Fur Feather & Fin, and Continue Reading →