Where Our Food Comes From
An Illustrated Guide to Farming
Nicola de Pulford & John Hitchins
Behind the Hedge is for everyone who wants to know more about the food we eat, the land it is grown and reared on, and those who farm it.
The Charlie Chaplin Walk is targeted at fans of Chaplin, those interested in film history, people with a connection to the Lambeth and Kennington areas of London, and anybody with an interest of the social history of London's poor of the late Victorian and early Edwardian era.
In 19th Century London, a city of reeking pestilence, 500 people went weekly to an early grave - the victims of desease. 200 offences were punishable by death, and the law and its severity terrified all who fell foul of it.
A story of forty notorious, legendary, renowned, infamous, distinguished celebrated women whose names are woven into the annals of the county of Derbyshire. These are very human stories that we can all relate to because these women share the same things that happen in all kinds of women's lives.
Macclesfield has made an astonishing contribution to the history and social culture of Great Britain, it's citizens have excelled in the arts, military, science, politics, business, music, literature, media, sport and show business.
Discover Celtic Derbyshire follows the Portway from the key Celtic Hillfort of Mam Tor in North Derbyshire follows the Portway from the key Celtic Hillfort of Mam Tor in North Derbyshire to the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire border at Stapleford and the southern river ports.