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Here you can search for any of Nick's books and articles. If you know the title you're looking for simply click in the appropriate letter, if not search by type and subject to find what you're looking for.

 
  • Walking on Water

    Walking on Water

    A travelogue featuring a canal novice's trip down the spine of the inland waterways on a battered ex-hire boat 'Florrie'

  • Walks, Talks and Leaves

    Walks, Talks and Leaves

    Nick considers the dangers of using mobile devices, especially phones, while walking.

  • Water Water Everywhere

    Water Water Everywhere

    An article for Rickmansworth Life magazine exploring the origin of the local name of 'Three Rivers', along with a walk to explore the area.

  • Waterside Walks In Buckinghamshire

    Waterside Walks In Buckinghamshire

    Water always adds something special to a walk and Buckinghamshire is fortunate to have such a variety of waterways to walk beside.  This book details 20 circular walks taking in the River Great Ouse, the Grand Union Canal, the chalk streams of the Chess and Misbourne and the father of them all, The Thames.  Each walk is based on at least one pub and has its own sketch map so you don’t get lost!


  • Waterside Walks in Herts and Beds

    Waterside Walks in Herts and Beds

    A second title in Countryside's popular 'Waterside Walks' series for Nick, covering the counties of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire after his previous title covering Buckinghamshire.  The book features twenty circular walks all featuring either a river, canal, lake or reservoir with the added bonus that the book is full colour!

  • We Are Being Watched

    We Are Being Watched

    In this, the first of the renamed 'Opinion' pieces in My News Mags, Nick looks at the impact of constant surveillance.

     

     

     

  • Wending A Way To Wendover

    Wending A Way To Wendover

    A look at the Buckinghamshire market town of Wendover.

  • What's All The Fuss About OFSTED?

    What's All The Fuss About OFSTED?

    This 'Cor Blimey!' piece wonders aloud whether teachers doth protest too much about OFSTED inspectors - isn't been checked up on and audited part of everyone's job?

  • Wolverton\'s Iron Trunk

    Wolverton's Iron Trunk

    A feature on the aqueduct at Wolverton, the building of which marked the final piece in the jigsaw in the creation of the Grand Union Canal.

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