BBC Homes & Antiques has unveiled a new logo and joined forces with the Crafts Council in a bid to find Britain’s most talented craftspeople.
The October issue, which is out this week, sees the introduction of the new logo and the launch of the Talent Around Britain initiative.
This aims to celebrate the skills of craftspeople over the next year – one of whom will be awarded a bursary following a reader vote.
The magazine, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary and underwent a relaunch earlier in the year, has also introduced a series of classic recipes from regular contributor Katie Stewart.
BBC Homes & Antiques publisher Brain Whittaker described the changes as “the icing touches on a very successful cake”.