The Green Road Into The Trees

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From the very centre of England - literally, as his village is furthest from the sea - he travels to its outermost edges. In this title, the author shows how older, half-forgotten cultures lie much closer to the surface than we may think.
Hugh Thomson takes a 400-mile journey across England from coast to coast - one that takes in ancient landscapes, abandoned tracks and drovers' roads.

Some are overgrown and almost completely obscured by brambles and weeds, but these old trails can still be found and navigated by locals who know where to look.

In The Green Road Into The Trees, Hugh reveals how older, almost-forgotten cultures have more of an influence than we may have otherwise thought - with intriguing discoveries about the Vikings, Saxons and Celts yet to receive nationwide attention.
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Weight 0.277000
Author Hugh Thomson
Availability IP
Department Natural History
Format Paperback
ISBN 9780099558392
Pages 320
Published 21/03/2013
Publisher Windmill Books
Section Natural History
Size Unfolded 13x20cm
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