The accompanying pages showcase a selection of my articles which have been published in a number of the UK’s general interest magazines.
The subject matter varies. A common theme, however, may be considered to be natural history, history in general and the environment. All are subjects in which I have a keen interest. A core element is that all relate to my home turf of Lincolnshire, England.
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Verges on the Edge
An in-depth look at the value of our rural roadside verges, and the threats facing them.
The Silent Stones of Thornton Abbey
A true medieval mystery set in North Lincolnshire’s twelfth-century abbey.
Two Thousand Feet of History
The most poignant of Lincolnshire’s ancient landmarks may only be seen from the air.
When I first moved to the North Lincolnshire village in which I now reside, a small discreet plaque behind the war memorial caught my attention and piqued my interest. I decided to investigate it.
In 1234, ‘like Aphrodite born of the sea’ an island formed within the turbulent waters of the Humber estuary. Once inhabited it thrived, achieving national importance. A little over a hundred years later, it was swept away.