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Surrey Life magazine August 2016 – out in shops and to buy online

PUBLISHED: 08:46 25 July 2016 | UPDATED: 08:46 25 July 2016

Surrey Life magazine August 2016

Surrey Life magazine August 2016

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From CowParade Surrey to the athletes flying the flag for our county in Rio, via Loose Women’s Andrea McLean, Brooklands and the British Grand Prix, and our Surrey Life Food & Drink Awards’ finalists, August’s Surrey Life magazine is packed full of reasons to celebrate Surrey

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August’s Surrey Life magazine is in shops from Friday July 22

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ON THE COVER:

CowParade in the Surrey Hills by John Miller (johnmillerphotography.com)

Have you heard the news (or should that be moos?) about the world’s biggest art event coming to Surrey? Yep, that’s right – straight from London, Paris and New York comes CowParade, which will see life-size fibreglass cows popping up all over Surrey this summer! We love John Miller’s photo, taken especially for our cover, of two of the many colourful characters appearing in the Surrey Hills! To discover more, pick up August’s Surrey Life magazine.

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Highlights in August’s Surrey Life magazine include:

• Loose Women presenter Andrea McLean on loving her life in Surrey

• Join us for CowParade Surrey and a tour of the colourful cows popping up across our county

• Surrey Life Food & Drink Awards: our 2016 finalists revealed

• The athletes flying the flag for Surrey in Rio this summer

• My Surrey Weekend with radio prankster Steve Penk

• A visit to Brooklands to discover the origins of the British Grand Prix

• Celebrating 35 years of the UK’s largest pick-your-own farm

• 10 of the best unusual historic buildings

• Surrey Creations: the great Hambledon bake-off

• Beautiful Surrey: the latest entries in our photography competition

• Rural Ramblings: a new column exploring our beautiful Green Belt

• A walk around Norbury Park and its stunning Mole Valley views

• A new sparkling wine tour around Surrey’s vineyards

• A top Guildford chef makes the move to the countryside

• Meet a true pillar of the Cranleigh village community

• The hidden gems of Caterham

• A visit to an atmospheric Chiddingfold haven

• The best fashion addresses, swankiest salons and beauty tips

• All the not-to-be-missed events for the month ahead

• Business special: news and views from around our county; the secrets of success from Surrey start-ups; how small businesses can – and will – deal with Brexit

• Monthly columnists, including BBC Surrey’s James Cannon, Surrey Hills Society, Notes from a Small Village, Countryfile’s Adam Henson, Surrey Wildlife Trust, Wildlife Aid, The Life Coach and the BBC’s Lucy Alexander

• And all the best local Style, Arts & Culture, Homes, Property & Gardens, Food & Drink and more…

• PLUS: Our 132-page A Celebration of Surrey Life magazine (for more information about that, click here)

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