A book has just come out depicting the changes to the town of Bury over the last decades: a familiar story of crass development, ignorance of place and consequent ripping apart of the social fabric.
A very touching portrait of a man and of a town - which carries clear messages for the future of Sidmouth. Is this 'a warning of how Sidmouth has been sleep walking in the same direction?'
Futures Forum: From Bury to Sidmouth: book launch
Graham has brought out another book which identifies what gives somewhere a 'sense of place':
New book of Bury images capture the
borough of yesteryear - but can you
help complete the set?
New book of Bury images capture the borough of yesteryear - but can you help complete the set? (From Bury Times)
And here is the author's updated website: