Category Archives: Travel

8 New Year’s Resolutions for 2018

A list of goals for 2018

As the New Year edges ever closer, it’s time to start thinking about those annual resolutions. We all know how the year starts off with the best of intentions, and then just a few weeks in, we slowly start to lose sight of our goals and think that they’ll just have to wait until next Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

Top spots for stargazing in the UK

take a shooting flask to stay warm while stargazing in the UK

Open skies are a significant part of the British countryside, and on a clear night, you can look up to see some 4,000 stars sparkling above you. As light pollution is a growing issue for the sky and astronomers, there are certain sites across the UK, which are perfect for stargazing, that are not affected Continue Reading →

Four idyllic countryside villages in Great Britain

Outdoor country clothing for Tobermory village

Great Britain is an ancient kingdom boasting a mythical and medieval history and idyllic pastoral landscapes. Here we are lucky enough to be surrounded by some of the most picturesque countryside locations in the world. We have picked one exemplary rural paradise from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, so here is a guide to Continue Reading →

What’s On: January 23, 24 & 25

Weekend Events Country Pursuits Outdoors National Trust Locations Walks Winston Churchill Point To Point Racing National Hunt Birdwatch Royal Society Protection Birds St Kilda Milling Corn Flour | Kent Gloucestershire Scotland Exeter Devon Exmoor Rural National Park Cottages Winchester Hampshire River Itchen Fly Fishing | Fur Feather Fin Country Lifestyle Sports Gifts

After a few weeks of rest at the start of January after a busy Christmas period do you feel like it’s time to get out and about? If so, why not head to any one of these fantastic weekend events in the country!

Your luggage problems solved

Leather Travel Bags Luggage | Shooting Party Weekend Away Summer Holiday Country Gentleman | Fur Feather Fin

Here at Fur, Feather & Fin we often have customers who are heading off for a weekend of country pursuits who want to look the part. Often that means new plus fours or breeks, leather boots, tweed jackets or caps. But we also have something smart to pack your kit in with our luxury leather Continue Reading →

Rare Butterflies Spotted in Sussex

Butterfly Pic

A rare butterfly from the continent could soon become a native species in the UK after the mild winter and warm summer weather has allowed it breed successfully in this country for the first time. A dozen adult continental swallowtail butterflies have been sighted across Sussex in the past few weeks after surviving through the Continue Reading →

Delicious Woodland Delicacy

Wild Garlic

If youbre heading out for a woodland bluebell walk this week, you may also get hit with the strong scent of wild garlic as it bursts into bloom. Native to Britain, this pungent plant is also known as Bearbs garlic, Buckrams or Ramsons and is one of the most abundant wild foods at this time Continue Reading →

Come and Explore Charlton


Here at FFF HQ webre lucky enough to work in an idyllic setting bat the foothills of Goodwood racecourse in Charlton village. Steeped in history, Charlton has a surprising number of claims to fame for such a small place b for a start it is where the first Womenbs Institute in England held its inaugural Continue Reading →