Magazine Features about Rural Life and the Countryside

(words and photographs) 2017 -1999.

‘The Great Snow, A Dartmoor Farm in the Winter of 1947’, Dartmoor Magazine, Winter 2016-7, pp.15-17

‘The School at Providence in the First World War’, Dartmoor Magazine, Autumn 2014, pp. 39 – 41.

‘Aysh, a Dartmoor Family Farm’, Devon Life,  April 2013, pp.84 – 89.

‘Remembering Devon’s Violets’, Devon Life, April 2013, pp. 162 – 165.

‘ ‘Devon’s Deep Lanes’, Devon Life, May 2012,  pp. 88 – 91.

‘A Woodland Rediscovered…..’ [about replanting the snowdrop field], Devon Life, March 2012, pp.64 – 67.

‘ ‘Spiny Giants, Devon has a special connection to the monkey puzzle tree….’, Devon Life, January 2012, pp.136 – 139.

A Curious Cherry, Landkey’s  sweet and juicy black cherry, the mazzard…’ Devon Life, July 2011, pp. 166 – 168.

‘Cracking the Code, ‘ [Beatrix Potter visits to Devon,] Devon Life,  November 2010, pp. 76 – 78.

‘A Garden in the Shingle at Slapton Sands,’ Devon Life, July 2010, pp.76 – 81.

‘Fight to Save Britain’s Orchards’, NFU Countryside, October 2007,  pp.12 – 15.

‘Deck the Halls, the Great Hall at Cotehele is transformed at Christmas with huge amounts of colour,’ NFU Countryside, December 2005, pp. 36 -38.

‘The Tale of Beatrix Potter’s Garden’, NFU Countryside, October 2005, pp. 44 –  46.

‘Any Old Iron,’ [Kelly Mine on Dartmoor], NFU Countryside  September 2005, pp. 30 – 32.

‘Yesterday Once More’ (ref. Sweetstone), Devon Today, April 2005, pp. 78 – 9.

‘A Special Legacy, Awnells Farm,’ NFU Countryside, March 2005, pp.  36 –  39.

‘Mistletoe Magic’, NFU Countryside, November 2004, pp. 20 –  22.

‘The Purple Patch’ [plums by the River Severn], Gardens Illustrated, July – Aug. 2004, pp. 90 – 93.

‘Heaven Scent’ [violets], NFU Countryside, January 2004, pp. 38 – 41.

‘The Juiciest Story in the Press’, [cider-making] NFU Countryside, September  2003, pp. 58 – 59.

‘Shrinking Violets’ Gardens Illustrated, February 2003. Pp. 74 – 79.

‘Gallery: Cider-making in North Devon’ [photos only] ,The Art of Eating, Vermont, 2003 No.63, pp. 28 -29.

‘Gallery: A Farm Woman’s Work’, [photos only] The Art of Eating, Vermont, 2002 No.61, pp. 12 -13.

‘The Gentle Violet’, [words only], Country Living, , May 2002, pp. 62-64.

‘Under the Mistletoe,’ Gardens Illustrated, Dec 2001 – Jan. . 2002. Pp. 68 – 73.

Deryck Huby and Don Riddle, Putcher makers’, Gardens Illustrated, November  2001, pp. 17-19.

‘Pride of the Parish’[Cherington Show], Country Living,  August 2001.

‘Just Plum Full of Flavours’, Farmers Weekly, 31 August 2001, pp. 100-101.

‘The Perrymakers’, Gardens Illustrated, October 2000, pp. 90 – 98.

‘A Year in a Hop Garden’, Country Living,  September 1999. pp. 60 – 64.

Articles about the Crafts:

‘Susan Bosence and Dartington: the Making of an English Resist Printer and Dyer,’ Textile Forum 4/2013,  pp. 36 –  37.

‘Tracing the Blue Print. the story of indigo dye….’,  { about the exhibition, ‘Tracing the Blueprint’], Devon Life, February 2012, pp. 194 – 196.

‘Master Potter’ [David Leach], Devon Today, August 2005, p. 98.

‘The Art of Crafts, ‘  [about the basket maker Hilary Burns], NFU Countryside, April 2004, pp.58 – 62.

‘Susie Gillespie, Nettle Weaver’, Gardens Illustrated, April 2003,   pp. 23 – 25.

‘Home Economics, a House and its Heritage, Rodmarton Manor opens this summer,’  (words only), Crafts, No. 159, July-August 1999, pp. 26 -29.

‘The Arts and Crafts Movement in the South Cotswolds’, Parts 1,2,3, 4 and 5, Traditional Woodworking, January, February, June, July, August 1999.[also further articles in October, November, 1999, January 2000.

‘Pottery in Motion’ [about Ray Finch at Winchcombe, words only], Country Living, October 1998,pp. 64-68.

‘Memories of Smoke Jack Farm’  (Alfred Powell), The Countryman, April – May1998, pp. 79 – 81.

‘Alfred Powell: Idealism and Realism in the Cotswolds’, J. of Design History, Vol 10 No..4, 1997, pp.375 – 397.

 ‘Rodmarton, the Story of an Arts and Crafts House’ (exhibition review), Crafts No. 146, May – June1997,  pp. 58-9.

‘The Ideas and Influence of Alfred Powell’, Crafts, March – April 1995, pp. 18 – 19. ‘String Movement’ [about William Simmonds, words only], Crafts May-June 1994, pp. 24 – 29.

‘Edward Payne’, the Independent, Sat. 1st June, 1991.

Also articles about photography and about rural life esp. in Farmers Weekly and Country Origins, contributions to books, and anthropology articles.