Shropshire’s folklore is presented in a series of themed chapters that encompass landscape, buildings, beliefs, work, seasons, people, music and drama. In the eleven chapters the county’s rich store of folklore unfolds in a way that allows you to dip into what most intrigues, or to read from start to finish.
Roy Palmer is nationally known for his researches into folklore, and has written accounts of the folklore of several counties on both sides of the southern Welsh border, along with various anthologies.
Paperback | 352 pages | 234 x 156 mm | 2004
Over 250 b&w illustrations