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A 36 page souvenir guide to the New Forest, covering all aspects of Forest life and heritage. This wonderful book covers topics such as landscapes, commoning, wildlife, flora and fauna, people, crafts, the coast and so much more.
Beautifully written with stunning photography, it is simply a must have guide and souvenir.
These fabulous cushions are printed with a design from the talented artist Bree Merryn. Handmade and printed onto textured cotton fabric with a coordinated grey or brown tweed backing. The inner pad is made of UK produced fibre. 6 designs available : Three Bees, Mimi Mouse, Fern Fox, Harley Hedgehog, Jack&Diane Donkeys, Pebbles&Paloma Ponies.Add To Basket
The D-Day Diaries: French Resistance and the Special Operations Executive (SOE)
This book tells the story of the French Resistance and the formation of the Special Operations Executive and the major operations conducted in France to free Europe from German Occupation, the story is up to September 1944 . By James Robertshaw. 56 pages. PaperbackAdd To Basket
This remarkable diary provides an insight into life in the New forest in late Victorian and early Edwardian times.
Edited by Veronica Walton. 73 page paperbackAdd To Basket
Forest Reflections presents a rich tapestry of life within a number of New Forest villages. The memories, thoughts and events are captured by the villagers who have lived and who continue to live in the delightful setting of the New Forest. Through their eyes the unique experience of life within the Forest is celebrated. Edited by Hugh Passmore and Marie Heinst. 225 page hardback.Add To Basket
Sally Fear’s collection of glorious photographs, together with a few favorites and some historical images, make this book a tribute to the ongoing skill, hard work and passion of the New Forest commoners; for it is their animals who are the true architects of the Forest.Add To Basket