Forest and Vale and High Blue Hill

Here We Go Again
Handsworth and Handsworth Wood
And Birmingham
Like An Old Fashioned Waltz
Gold Dust - Live at the Royalty
Charles Dickens 1812-1870
Scrooge (A Christmas Carol) 1951
London Odds and Ends
Plain Capers
Fire and Sleet and Candlelight
Fi Fraser and Jo Freya
Eclection Words
Rhythm & Blues
The Dog and Dustbin
Hark! The Villages
The Battle Of The Field
The Albion Country Bands
Old Sir Simon The King
Pace Egging
Umps and Dumps
Gorse Hall
Arborfield, Berkshire
Tall Ships
Norman Thelwell
A Garland of Carols
Harvest Home
Triple Echo
Rubber Folk
In Town Tonight
Forest and Vale and High Blue Hill
Between The Severn and The Wye
A Country Christmas
Al Bowlly's In Heaven
Ghost Stories of an Antiquary
Canon Alberic's Scrap-book.
Lost Hearts
The Mezzotint
The Ash-tree
Number 13
Count Magnus
'Oh, Whistle, and I'll Come to You, My Lad'
The Treasure of Abbot Thomas
Appearances Of A Different Sort
Robin Hood

Poems of Gloucestershire, the Cotswolds and Beyond  

 Selected by Johnny Coppin with wood engravings by Ray Hedger. Foreword by Alan Hancox.
Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds lie at the very heart of England and people drawn to the magic of the area's landscapes, villages and towns will find enjoyment in this collection of beautiful verse. The poets include Laurie Lee, W H Davies, John Masefield and Charles Tomlinson alongside the distinctive styles of writers such as Ivor Gurney, F W Harvey, Leonard Clark, Frank Mansell and Frances Horovitz. The book is divided into the four seasons and illustrated with dramatic wood engravings by Ray Hedger.
First issued in hardback 1991, now in paperback

  • Paperback 112 pages (October 1, 1993)
  • Publisher: Cassell Illustrated
  • ISBN: 0900075686
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