Up May Hill, a New Forest Commoner’s Diary

£9.95

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Up May Hill, a New Forest Commoner’s Diary

£9.95

A series of extracts from a New Forest Commoner’s diary showing aspects of everyday life in the New Forest and the issues affecting the commoning community.

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‘Up May Hill’ is a saying amongst the commoning community to denote a challenge to living longer. After a hard winter, followed by being over-energetic in the spring, we have to climb May Hill. May is though to be the most common month for deaths, so if we reach June successfully we can enjoy the summer and live on till the next May when we are challenged again.

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Dimensions 210 x 147 x 10 cm

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