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Tim Bradford

A London Country Diary

For fifteen years, Tim Bradford has meandered round the quiet streets of his North London home, seeking out

the ordinary and the extraordinary, the sublime and the ridiculous. A London Country Diary documents his wanderings – he attempts to rescue a deer in Clissold Park, talks to a magical old man in Holloway, breaks up a fight in Stoke Newington and has issues with foxes in Highbury. And that’s just the beginning.

All of life is in these pages. Well, some. OK, just a little bit. But with its idiosyncratic wit and charming illustrations, this book is a timely reminder that you can find beauty, humour and life, wherever you call home.
300 printed pages
Original publication
2014

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    Anastasia Savinahas quoted3 years ago
    Everyone has a favourite tree. Don’t they? Like a soulmate, but with bark and leaves and squirrels living in it and dogs pissing against the side of it.

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