I’m loving Tamworth Time Hikes, a newish blog I found by chance yesterday afternoon. There’s a lot of good landscape-based history there, and much that reminds me of the excellent work of Julian Ward Davies and The Lost Lake of Stonnall.
Mark Lorenzo has created an engaging journal containing some great studies of places I know, love and have talked about on the blog. He covers Hopwas, A hedge in Tamworth (fascinating, actually) and has a fun interactive map of interesting historical landscape features for the intrepid explorer.
Go take a look. It’s highly engaging and shows great promise.
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