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Exploring Woodland 3

Author : Woodland Trust
ISBN : 0711226598
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Trees and forests are crucial to life on our planet: they generate oxygen, play host to a spectacular variety of wildlife and provide us with raw materials and shelter. They offer us tranquillity, inspire us and refresh our souls. Exploring Woodland is a series of guides from The Woodland Trust that describe and illustrate beautiful woodland sites in different regions throughout the UK. Fully illustrated with site maps and photographs, these are the essential woodland guides for all tree lovers. Both privately owned and public woods are included in the guides. There is a map of each site and clear information on how to find it, the type of woodland, the facilities available and what to look out for on your visit, including the wildlife that you may find there. All sites have been visited by independent researchers to make sure that the information in each book is up-to-date. Southeast England covers the ancient woodlands south of the Thames throughout Surrey, Hampshire and East and West Sussex. It includes many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and - in the New Forest - Britain's newest National Park.

Exploring South East Cornwall

Author : Paul Lightfoot
ISBN : 0906720869
Genre : Cornwall (England : County)
File Size : 69. 85 MB
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From St Ger mans, through Ant ony, Mount Edgcumbe, King sand and Cawsand to the Rame Pen in sula; along the coast to Portwrinkle, Seaton, Looe, Tall and Bay, Polp erro and Lantic Bay, with diver sions inland to Hessen ford, the val leys of the East and West Looe rivers, the aban doned mines of Caradon and the old stan nary town of Liskeard, Paul ......

Exploring Britain

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ISBN : 0393321916
Genre : Travel
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A comprehensive guide to exciting ways of seeing the most beautiful and interesting parts of the British countryside. Maps of each region's most picturesque walks and drives are provided, along with lists of local activities and attractions not to be missed. Illustrations.


Author : Woodland Trust
ISBN : 0711226628
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 83. 55 MB
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Part of Exploring Woodland series of guides from The Woodland Trust that describe and illustrate beautiful woodland sites in different regions throughout the UK. Illustrated with site maps and photographs, this title includes both privately owned and public woods.

National Geographic History Book

Author : Marcus Cowper
ISBN : 9781426206795
Genre : History
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You won't find dusty topics and long-dead heroes and villains in the National Geographic History Book. Turn the pages and you'll find documents, letters, journals, telegrams, posters, and artworks that you can literally pull out and examine. See for yourself, with the primary source materials that history buffs love, what really happened and who really did it. Pull out Shakespeare's will and see how he changed his mind about who got what. Examining a facsimile of the Zouche-Nuttall Codex gives you a sense of the turmoil of pre-Columbian Mexico. Take a look at a steamy love letter written by Napoleon to his wife Josephine. Marvel at the beauty of a wall fresco from first-century Pompeii. Read pages from the Gutenberg Bible, the world's first printed book. Examine a "Wanted" poster for Abraham Lincoln's assassin...and more. Through the pages of this book, you will explore the forces that shaped our world, from the Roman Empire and the Black Death to Hollywood and the World Wide Web. Mozart and Picasso. Genghis Khan and Gandhi. Hitler, Elvis, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Not an encyclopedia or a comprehensive survey, the National Geographic History Book is a storyboard of major characters, key plot point and crucial details in the moving picture of human history. It is a portal through time, a collector's showcase of historical treasures and oddities, and a scrapbook of the human family.

Wild Guide

Author : Daniel Start
ISBN : 1910636002
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Following the success of the 'Wild Swimming' titles, the adventure continues. In this book, Daniel Start takes readers to 500 amazing wild locations with 30 weekend itineraries.

North Downs Landscapes

Author : Doug Kennedy
ISBN : 9781909686588
Genre : History
File Size : 70. 87 MB
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The North Downs are a range of hills that run east-west from the south-east tip of England, at Dover in Kent, to Farnham in Surrey. They skirt the southern edge of London, so for a long time have offered Londoners beautiful countryside to escape to, or for a home to commute to work from. A hundred years ago, they were still quite remote, but London has grown, spreading onto Downland, and rail and road links have ensured that the many towns across the hills have also grown substantially in size. Despite development there is still a lot of unspoilt landscape, from farmland, to deep woods, to open grassland ridges with fantastic views across the weald of Surrey and Kent; and it is these places that are the focus of this book. North Downs Landscapes takes the reader on a journey from the White Cliffs of Dover, through the rolling Kentish farm land with its open vistas and small villages, across the River Medway at Rochester, with itsÕ castle and cathedral, on to the wooded ridges past Sevenoaks, into Surrey and across the River Mole to explore Leith Hill, then to Guildford and the River Wey, and over the Hogs Back to Farnham. The core of this book are beautiful full-page colour photographs illustrating the beauty and distinctive landscapes of the Downs. The text explores the history, geography, geology and ecology of the countryside and some of its towns and villages. Together photographs and text capture the character and atmosphere of a special part of the British Isles.

Unemployment And The State In Britain

Author : Stephanie Ward
ISBN : 9781526112323
Genre : History
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Unemployment and the state in Britain offers an important and original contribution to understandings of the 1930s. Through a comparative case study of south Wales and the north-east of England, the book explores the impact of the highly controversial means test, the relationship between the unemployed and the government and the nature of some of the largest protests of the interwar period. This study will appeal to students and scholars of the depression, social movements, studies of the unemployed, social policy and interwar British society.


Author : Sir Norman Lockyer
ISBN : UVA:X001454054
Genre : Science
File Size : 32. 89 MB
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The Autocar Road Book North Of England And South Of Scotland

Author : Charles George Harper
ISBN : PRNC:32101067454924
Genre : Automobiles
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