Inspirational books

Happy

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Scotland
Not a huge fan of his Politics but Alan Johnson's autobiography is one of the best books I've read in recent years.
A very moving and inspirational read.
 

silverfox

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Shropshire
Bought it on a whim, as he was at the Ludlow food festival, but John Challis (boycie from fools and horses fame), autobiography called Boycie and beyond, has been a very good read. So much more to the bloke than meets the eye!
 

Welsh Farmer

Never Forgotten
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Location
Wales
Enid Blytons ... The Land of far Beyond (1942) which was a sort of children's version of .... Johns Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress (1678). Both these books have been inspirational in my life, the first one in my early childhood and Bunyans in my late teens / early 20's.
 

Will Wilson

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Location
Essex
Thank you for some excellent replies. - lining them up on the kindle now.

Forgot to add - Adrian Mole (s) (best books written in the last 100 years).
 

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RABDF sets the record straight on why dairy farmers are having to discard their milk

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Written by John Swire

The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) has produced a Q+A document to help answer questions on why some farmers are having to discard their milk despite shortages still being seen in a few supermarkets.

The document ‘Getting to grips with the impact of Covid19 on milk supply issues’ details why dairy farmers are being affected, how many are affected, as...
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