Country Life

Payback time for the Swinging Sixties

THE whole country is getting older. We’re all living longer, an effect that is highlighted in the countryside. Nearly half the rural population is aged over 50 and nearly a quarter over 65, so those of pension age are particularly heavily represented among country people.

This is a privileged group: the baby boomers who got free university education, rarely

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