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New Book from Jeremy Purseglove

last modified Jun 28, 2019 06:41 PM
Jeremy Purseglove's new book, Working with Nature, has now been published

Jeremy Pursglove has been a mainstay of the ESD programme since its inception, annually leading the Autumn Field Trip to Twyford Down etc.

You may be interested to know that his new book, Working with Nature, has now been published. See details at:

https://profilebooks.com/working-with-nature.html

His book contains many of the anecdotes and stories he has shared with ESD cohorts over the years and is a fascinating read.

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