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Compact, easy to use and illustrated with stunning photography, these innovative guides deserve a place in every home. Invaluable for turning to for quick reference or for referring to for homework or project work, these books will be used again and again by the whole family.
A nostalgic guide to a national summer pastime that is enjoyed by couples and families up and down the country, Britain Goes Camping is a handy hardback packed with useful advice, one-pot recipes and a useful gazetteer featuring the National Trust's 54 beautiful camping sites. Learn how to make the best of camping and caravanning holidays whatever the weather with Don Philpott's practical book that shows you how to pitch up, keep the children busy and feed the family with delights such as campfire pizza, sausage stew and chicken hot pot. A celebration of camping that will soon become indispensable!
Cool Camping England is a great campsite locator that features 150 of the best camping experiences in England, including 90 new discoveries. From an idyllic woodland campsite in Devon to a chilled-out lakeside site with a passion for sustainable living, the book has practical information and detailed regional maps as well as humorous reviews, colour photos and compelling reasons why the campsites cannot be ignored!
Collins Ramblers Best Walks Britain (Hardback)
A delightful way to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Ramblers charity that has helped to make walking in the British countryside safe and accessible for so many years, Ramblers Best Walks Britain is a splendid hardback guide. Filled with vibrant photography and handy maps, this book features the best 75 walks to be found in Britain as chosen by the Ramblers. With walks of every length and difficulty, there is something for everyone and there are few better ways to get to know the beauty of greenest Britain.
RSPB ID Nature Guide Collection - 3 Books (collection)
This Reader's Digest travel book will take you on a fantastic journey of discovery to some of the most spectacular and unspoiled parts of Britain's countryside. From lonely salt marshes teeming with wildlife to windswept mountain peaks, this glorious book shows you the amazing variety of landscape Britain has to offer. Organised by region and covering 500 accessible locations across the country, this will make an invaluable companion when exploring our countryside.
Peter Goodfellow's Identification Guide to Birds of Britain and Northern Europe is the perfect birdwatcher's companion as it is packed with useful information and fascinating facts. From birds of prey to seabirds, its concise information provides a wealth of detail to help you identify both resident and visiting birds. The book also contains distribution maps, calendars and describes the best places to watch each bird. There are also beautiful photographs that capture each bird's distinctive features.
Featuring a wide range of activities that children can enjoy across mainland Britain and the Channel Isles, 1000 Things for Kids to do in the Holidays is a great resource for any parent, guardian or childcare professional. Packed with up-to-date information compiled by Time Out, this handy guide suggests activities and days out spanning from Cornwall to the Highlands and everywhere in between. Split into easily navigable sections to help you find the kind of activities that you know your children will enjoy, this is an invaluable source of ideas during the school holidays.
Allotment Handbook (Hardback)
Matt Carroll uncovers a personal selection of 60 stunning cycle rides in Escape Routes. All the routes have been designed to help cyclists explore the secrets and surprises of the English countryside and coast. Suitable for cyclists of all levels, routes range from five-mile pootles to 20-mile day trips and categories included in the book include 'Jaw-dropping Views', 'Best for Pubs' and the 'Magical History Tour'. A book that is sure to provide inspiration for you to ditch the car and explore England's stunning nooks and crannies on two wheels this summer!
A guide to the many picturesque destinations throughout the UK that are recommended by the Wildlife Trust, Malcolm Tait?s Wildlife Walks provides useful information on over 500 top nature reserves. A comprehensive and colourful guide packed with scenic photography and useful maps, this book includes handy information on each nature reserve, such as opening times, access, facilities, directions and local attractions.