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    From Headstocks To Woodstock – A Drummer’s Tale

    £16.95 £14.95

    Founder member and drummer of 60’s English blues rock band Ten Years After, Ric Lee writes about his life growing up in the coalmining town of Mansfield and his journey to the legendary Woodstock festival and beyond…

    *Promotional price only available until 31/10/18. Free delivery in the UK, £5.00 per order for European customers or £7.50 per order for all other countries.

     

     

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  • Garden Tales

    £16.99

    Essential reading for anyone who loves visiting gardens, or who opens their own garden to the public, ‘Garden Tales’ tells the stories of the people who have created, work in, and visit the beautiful garden at Fanshawe Gate Hall, on the edge of the Peak District National Park.

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  • A Garden In My Life (2nd Edition)

    £16.99

    ‘A Garden in my Life’ is Cynthia Ramsden’s personal account of how the garden at Fanshawe Gate Hall evolved during the first forty years of her family’s ownership.

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  • Limited edition boxed set

    £32.00

    A fantastic limited edition boxed set of books relating to the garden at Fanshawe Gate Hall containing both the second edition of ‘A Garden In My Life’ and Cynthia Ramsden’s new book ‘Garden Tales’. Presented in a green, cloth effect card slip cover with gold foil blocking to the spine and each face.

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  • The World’s Longest Climb

    £20.00

    This is a humorous and touching account about an ordinary woman with an extraordinary story. Her life and experiences on the Everestmax expedition will inspire, amuse and probably astonish all those who share her journey.

    <b>Delivery to Europe: FREE
    Delivery to all other countries: £5.00 per book</b>

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  • A River in Time

    £15.99

    A River in Time is a written and photographic celebration of a limestone river in the Derbyshire Dales. The River Bradford, while only four miles long, has shaped the communities that depended on it over centuries. The river itself, the dale sides, surrounding farmland and woods are areas rich in wildlife and natural beauty, treasured by residents and visitors.

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