2019 – a year of change

You’ll have to forgive me for the selfish nature of this post. Originally, I thought about doing my usual ‘review of the year in the countryside’ with news on everything from TB to rural crime, HS2, the weather and the impact of Brexit and the election. However, I thought I would review my own yearContinue reading “2019 – a year of change”

Imagining Future Landscapes

On Tuesday evening I spoke to a local heritage group about local landscapes and how the area has changed over the past 1000 years or so. Being based on the coastal periphery, it is perhaps little wonder that marine ‘seascapes’ and the sea’s influence on land and human culture played such a significant part inContinue reading “Imagining Future Landscapes”