To place an order, please ring us on 015394 333 88. We take phone orders from Monday to Saturday, 9am – 5pm. Postage on books is a flat rate of £3.95 for orders within the UK, and is free on orders over £50. Postage on cards and prints is free for orders within the UK. Payments are taken over the phone, and all major debit and credit cards are accepted.
Ivver Sen (Signed Copy)
by Keith Richardson
Paperback, 208 pages, 28 x 21.5 x 1.5cm
Tells the fascinating stories of real Lakeland people, their lives and times. Every chapter tells a different story and provides a moving, informative, entertaining and humorous account of the farming way of life in Lakeland. Characters featured include legendary fell runner and farmer Joss Naylor, Jonny Birkett, Tommy Graves and many others. Illustrated with Keith Bowen’s pastel drawings and Val Corbett’s photography. Each copy is signed by the author, Keith Richardson.
At Lakeland’s Heart
by John M. Carnie
Paperback, 300 pages, 24 x 17 x 1.5cm
“Written for the local people and those who have come here intending to live in the locality for the remainder of their lives… and also for any visitors interested in Ambleside,” At Lakeland’s Heart provides definitive social history of Ambleside by John Carnie. Begins with mesolithic times and through 18 chapters journeys to the 20th century by way of the Romans, the Irish-Norse, Harriet Martineau, Ruskin et al.. Profusely illustrated, mostly in black and white, by John Harden and William Green. Fascinating black and white maps showing mill locations and old street plans.
All prints measure 6″ x 8″ and come in a 10″ x 12″ white mount. They are all signed by the photographer, Bethea Baskerville-Muscutt, and are priced at £10.00 (including postage within the UK).
Sunrise over Windermere
Cloudy Striding Edge
Langdale Pikes and Hanging Knotts
Winter Langdale Pikes
All cards are £3.00 (including postage within the UK) and come in a sealed cellophane bag, along with a white envelope. The cards are A5 in size and are left blank inside for your own message. They are handmade and signed by the photographer, Bethea Baskerville-Muscutt.