Issue 76 – Autumn/Winter 2011
Issue 76 of Keer to Kent was a special edition dedicated entirely to articles celebrating the 25th anniversary of the creation of the Landscape Trust, Keer to Kent, and the AONB itself. Edited by Sheila May, it carried the following claim on the front cover: ‘for 25 years a Chronicle of both Continuity and Change (to be continued…) In addition to the articles listed below, it contained photographs by Tony Riden (including the front cover image of the view from Warton Crag), Roger Cartwright, Richard Daly, Adam Donaldson, Brian Evens, Andy Hay, Robin Horner, Fiona Lawton, Ann Kitchen, Mike Malpass, Sheila May, Mike Moon, David Mower, Thomas Nugent, Keith Palmer, Rob Petley-Jones, Martin Rowe, Jill Smith, Jon Sparks, Peter Standing, Catherine Trigg, John Wilson, ‘Karl & Ali’, Arnside Coastguards, and Bay Search and Rescue. Barry Ayre, Colin Patrick and Jill Smith served as the Editorial Advisory Committee and Ann Kitchen as Technical advisor. The edition was printed by Pagefast, Ltd, Lancaster.
|Editorial & Contents||Sheila May||2|
|How it was, how it is||Sheila May||2|
|Landscape Trust: what has changed in 25 years?||Colin Patrick||3|
|A Lasting Legacy||Lucy Barron||4|
|The Wildlife of the Arnside/Silverdale Area||John Wilson||6|
|Leighton Moss: 25 years of Progress||Robin Horner||8|
|Twenty five years of Gait Barrows NNR||Rob Petley-Jones||9|
|25th Anniversary Year Events||Keith Robson, Jill Smith, |
|25 Years of the National Trust in the AONB||Alan Ferguson||12|
|Changes in the Limestone Woodlands||Roger Cartwright||13|
|Some do more than 'Stand and Stare'||Sheila May||14|
|Between Kent and Keer - continual change, constant danger||Sheila May||16|
|Above and Beneath - unseen - but are they changed?||17|
|Twenty five years of walking in the AONB||Brian Evans||18|
|Accommodation, Food and Transport in the Arnside and Silverdale AONB||20|
|The Changing Face of Keer to Kent||20|
A scanned copy of the complete issue can be browsed below.
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