Review issue 120
Review issue 120 published in Autumn 2012.
Articles include a feature on the new Pennine Bridleway by Malcolm Petyt, ‘A window on the moors’ on the stained glass art of Deborah Lowe by Ian M Emberson, a profile of Arthur Raistrick by Bill Mitchell, a feature on the restoration of a remote field barn by Andy Singleton, a report on the community group formed to research Swaledale’s textile heritage by Cath Calvert, and congratulations to new Honorary Member Bernard Peel. ‘Cam Fell high road: what price conservation?’ discusses the problems around the extraction of timber from Cam Forest.
There is a poem by Sarah Smout ‘By the Reckoning of the Eye’, and a report on the presentation of the Ken Willson award to Joe Lord.
Front cover is a photo of ‘Oak tree: turning of the leaves’ and back cover is a photo of Plumpton Rocks, a listed historic garden near Harrogate.