George Willis Marshall was a keen walker and took lots of photos in the 1920s and 30s, as he wandered the hills of Derbyshire with his friends. They were pioneers of the ‘right to roam’ and took part in the famous Kinder Trespass of 1932. This book tells of their adventures with evocative photo graphs and journals.
“This remarkable book captures the spirit of the time., the pictures are superb and the text gives the reader a vivid impression of great days in the hills. This book is a great addition both to the library of working class literature and to the literature of the outdoors.” Mike Harding, writer and broadcaster
“A delightful book.” Julie Bunting, Peak Advertiser
Days of Sunshine and Rain is £5 plus postage and packing. Email me if you are interested in buying a copy or knowing more.