I’m proud to present my new album-
And here’s a taster:
Today marks the centenary of the opening of the British and Canadian offensive at Arras, on the Western Front.
Hawtin Mundy of New Bradwell, Buckinghamshire, fought and was captured in the battle. His powerful memories were recorded late in life, inspiring community drama and song that ties modern Milton Keynes and its inhabitants to its past.
Hawtin’s description of the battlefield at Arras was carefully turned into song by Paul Clark for the play Days of Pride, and has never failed to move audiences each of the many times it has been sung since. Continue reading
Award-winning stories about life as a Watford FC fan
Supporting local folk for over 30 years
Themz who think I'm a myth are either townies or don't live round these parts Location: Right behind you | Banner photo courtesy Martin Hesp
books, art, design, film, music, landscape, buildings, folklore, gothic, often mid-century or 1960s/70s
words and music from Kevin Adams
My walk........living with MS
Or, alternatively, \"BSaD: Mission To Moscow\". Don\'t ask why. Or do ask why, but don\'t expect an answer. Or expect an answer, but brace yourself for bewilderment. And so forth.
I don't work any more because I don't work any more.