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Flight between capitals

The curving, erratic boundaries of English fields were laid down by centuries of strip-farming, irrigation or plague, Enclosure and the machine-demands of agri-business. Continue reading

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Wolfhound Century by Peter Higgins – Interview!

I am spending some time in Penarth, a great small town just outside Cardiff, the capital of Wales.  One of its great attractions is the Windsor bookshop.  Last Thursday they had a booklaunch.  I went along and had the great … Continue reading

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