Review issue 117 published in Winter 2011-2012. Artwork and printing now by Briggs Brothers.
Articles include a comment on ‘Our upland farms: maintaining a delicate balance’, a piece on food production in the Yorkshire Dales by Anthony Bradley, diversification by a farming family into providing a coach service by Amanda Burton, a short item on a national campaign to support hedgehogs by Chris Hartley, a feature on new bus services in Wensleydale, the success of the Dales Integrated Transport Alliance by Hugh Thornton, the renovation of access to Hardraw Force by Mark Thompson and a report on the restoration of Richmond town centre by Colin Grant.
Extracts by two writers, Dorothy Wordsworth and George Gissing, describe their visits to Wensleydale, and Bill Mitchell contributes a piece on Reginald Farrer, along with his description of the bird’s eye primrose.
Front cover is a photo of sheep in winter, and back cover a small bridge in woodland.