James Redbanks is one of the small number of Lakeland shepherds and farmers who have popular social media presences. James’ beautiful photographs show how a traditional pictorial approach still has much to offer and that photographing intensively in one place brings a special depth and quality to one’s work.
Here he is, with photos, writing about his experience of 2020.
Alec Hamilton, author of the recent book on Arts & Crafts Churches is giving an online lecture for the Society of Architectural Historians which is open to non-members.
25 November 2020 at 6.00 p.m.
1900: Lions and Lambs – the Irresistible Rise and Bashful Demise of the Arts & Crafts Church
This is a free event but donations are welcome to help the charitable activities of the Society.
To book, click the following link to register. You will be sent a joining link on the day.
Alec Hamilton’s book, ‘Arts & Crafts Churches’, is available at Lund Humphries website:
This is not surprising since the Government’s own EPC rating system punishes people who take the green route and use renewable electricity for heating rooms and water. EPCs are not fit for purpose in this regard and have the perverse effect of embedding fossil fuels into the drive for renewable energy.
To mark 50 years of You and Yours, the ptogramme looks at how homes, shopping habits and consumer rights have changed in half a century.