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Country Diary in Wales - 50 seasonal walks from the Guardain Country Diary by John Gilbey - cover

Country Diary in Wales - 50 seasonal walks from the Guardain Country Diary by John Gilbey

John Gilbey

Publisher: Graffeg Limited

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John Gilbey has contributed to the Guardian Country Diary, established back in 1906, since 2006. From his home near Aberystwyth, he sets out to provide a monthly image of the rural landscape across Ceredigion, Powys, Pembrokeshire and Gwynedd. These fifty Country Diary columns are presented by season, in order of date, to immerse the reader within a year in the Welsh countryside.
Available since: 01/26/2023.

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