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The glorious 12th has already arrived, kicking off the grouse season for another year. Now it won’t be long before the 1st of September (partridge) and then the 1st of October (pheasant) roll around. If shooting is your bag, then there’s so much to look forward to during autumn and winter! And that’s not all, autumn hunting will start soon. And run until the true hunting season kicks off in late October or early November. Those less inclined to stand for hours in muddy fields can also look forward to crisp mornings. Or blustery pub walks and snuggling up in front of open fires.
Of course, when autumn does arrive then the weather will get cooler and the days will begin to noticeably shorten. I adore the summer sun and mourn the end of warm weather. But I do secretly love the defined seasons we have the in UK. Those little hints and signs that spring or autumn are on the way are so special. I will also admit that I start looking forward to Christmas pretty much the moment I pack the sunscreen away!
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