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IN THE MAY
COUNTRYMAN MAGAZINE:

Up the creeks in Essex 
Tony Smith explores the salty byways of south-east England

Making church bell ropes 
Mary Robinson visits Ellis Ropes of Leicestershire

Wild goose chase 
Hebridean farming is under threat from an unexpected source, explains Mark Hicken

A century sounds 
Poetry from Marc Harris

Walking the Greensand Ridge 
Paul Trodd explores hidden Bedfordshire

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