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Beautiful photos but frustratingly poorly. Hannah Hauxwell80 Years in the Dalesby W R MitchellWho has not heard of Hannah Hauxwell For years she lived ietly austerely with only a dog and a few cows for company at a little farm in an obscure North Pennine dale Her income and her wants were negligible Hannah’s life changed dramatically when she was ‘discovered’ by the press then by Yorkshire Television A film Too Long a Winter which on first showing gave five million people an insight into her hard life led to instant celebrity This was a status she was to retain through her last few years of farming and into iet retirement in a village not many miles from Low Birk Hatt
Written Lots of mistakes A wonderful insig. Here her solitary – but never lonely – farming life nfolded This book Harveys Revised English Grammar updates and puts into perspective the Hannah Hauxwell story It has been written by one who regularly visited her on the farm He has also sat beside her on the platform at public appearances when she invitedestions Some of her homely answers with a touch of wit are recorded Read also about her last years in farming about the circumstances of the sale that took place when she retired and of some of her activities and friendships in various parts of her beloved north country Hannah through television toured Europe and the New World and attended a garden party at.
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Ht to the toughness of living in the Dales. Buckingham Palace She also rejoiced in later years when she was introduced to the Lake District and when Cedric Robinson the official Guide accompanied her on a jaunt across the Sands of Morecambe Bay Through all the changing scenes of life – as one of her favourite old hymns has it –Hannah has retained her faith her modesty and her charm Reviews“Hannah Hauxwell should be an inspiration to s all” Daily Mail“Beautifully written and illustrated with striking photographs of Hannah and the Dales landscapes it’s a fascinating insight into her story and north country life as brutal as it is glorious” Bradford Telegraph and Arg.