By Anthony Poulton-Smith
By Anthony Poulton-Smith
By Neil Palmer,John Hartson
Born in Swansea in 1923, Ford performed for Swansea city, spent 3 seasons as Aston Villa’s most sensible scorer, and in a debut for Sunderland opposed to Sheffield Wednesday, scored a hat-trick, broke the opposing centre-half ’s jaw, charged the Wednesday ,keeper into the internet and broke a goalpost.
Returning to his local Wales in 1953 to affix Cardiff urban, he used to be banned from the sport for 2 years after admitting receiving unlawful funds whereas at Sunderland. Ford left the Welsh capital in 1957 after extra run-ins with Cardiff supervisor Trevor Morris. He then joined PSV Eindhoven in Holland as his two-year ban from the British online game kicked in, that may have resulted in his exclusion from the Welsh international Cup squad of 1958.
Join writer Neil Palmer as he information the occupation of a guy whose target tally was once a hundred seventy five ambitions in 349 video games, scoring 23 objectives for Wales in 38 appearances, making him Wales’s moment maximum goalscorer of all time.
By Helen Ivison
By Peter Marren
Some humans choose to pass skydiving when they flip 50. Others shuttle to an extended dreamed-of position: Antarctica, possibly or the Galapagos. Others run the London marathon. yet to mark his so much signifcant birthday, Peter Marren selected a wholly assorted type of mid-life problem: to song down the final 50 British wild vegetation he'd but to see, having ticked the 1st 1,400 over a half-century well-spent rummaging in hedges, slipping down gullies and peering into peat toilets.
This professional and emotional trip takes him the size and the breadth of the British Isles, trying to find our such a lot elusive vegetation. He travels from Skye to the Scilly Isles, from mountain to wooded area flooring - yet does he have the capacity to locate them all?
Praise for Rainbow Dust:
‘Beautifully written and punctiliously researched… a very marvellous booklet’ Telegraph
‘A scholarly and attractive expedition into the background of typical heritage’ Independent
By Chiz Dakin
By Stephen Butt
By Robin Lidster
Robin Hood’s Bay: The Postcard assortment takes the reader on an evocative trip into the previous fishing village’s prior via a range of previous postcards that supply a desirable window into its history.
By Michael Carley,Robert Dalziel,Pat Dargan,Simon Laird
By David Stewart White,Deb Hosey White
By Adrian Farmer