OWPG: Media News Bulletin September 2017 - Page 21

ides in tr ain and on fell O ver the summer Mark has been working on a novel walking guide with Yorkshire performance poet Ian McMillan called Urban Ramblings drawn to explore from the Penistone Line rich in conversations, line drawings and wonderfully crafted poems to be published next spring by www.jrnicholls.co.uk. By the same publisher four guides were released in the late spring as PathMaster guides, the two volume Hadrian’s High Way (full details can be found at www.hadrianhighway.c o.uk), Castles of Eden and Great Lakes Connection - each inspirational station to station week-long walking holidays. This autumn Mark is drawing together a two-way descriptive PathMaster guide to the 20-mile long Ullswater Way at the behest of the Lake District National Park. While also embarking on a total restructuring of his eight volume Lakeland fell guides with Cicerone, under the new series title Walking the Lake District Fells. Top left: Shap Abbey, Top right: Vindolanda for HHW, Bottom left: Penrith Castle for Castles of Eden Bottom middle: Claife Viewing Station cafe for Great Lakes Connection Bottom right: Glannoventa (Ravenglass)