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BOOK REVIEWS

Here are some great reviews.

 

"Discover 1066 Country. Inspired by the BBC's recent series on the Norman Invasion? Then pick up "Walks In 1066 Country." 14 new walks by local enthusiast Nick Brown which take you through the heartland of the clash between optically challenged King Harold and Gallic troublemaker William the Conqueror. Highlights include Battle, Rye, Northiam's Great Dixter Gardens, Bodiam and Herstmonceux Castles, along with sections of the 1066 Country Walk from Pevensey Castle. All the walks are within 20 minutes drive of Hastings, are graded for difficulty, have easy to follow maps, with grid references and postcodes for starting points."

Country Walking Magazine, October 2010, page 14

 

"A wonderful book if you enjoy walks in the country. Well written and easy to follow by the descriptive directions. Gorgeous photos of the area throughout. I can recommend the Steven's Crouch walk and the Guestling walk, even done as a run instead of walk."

Amazon Review, 16 Oct 2010

 

 

"David & Lynda Russell like nothing better than to get out and walk, which isn’t as simple as it sounds. It takes a bit of know-how, and a good book too."

 






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