In this issue
In this month's issue we find out what Wiltshire means to David Waters, who helped re-introduce the great bustard into the county. We meet floral artist Endellion Lycett-Green. Barney Norris explains how he adapted Lorca's Blood Wedding and why he set it in Edington. Geraldine Faulkner finds out how vintage films and songs help to engage Alzheimer sufferers. Mary-Vere Parr meets three people who have been recognised as emerging leaders in farming and agriculture. Dene Bebbington explores the life of Alfred Williams, the hammer man poet. Mark Hemsworth's journey has taken him from the world's conflict zones to roasting coffee. The National Hedge-laying Championships took place in Pewsey recently. The history of Chippenham Town FC is more than just a story about football it is a social history of the town. Sean Crampton's Stations of the Cross in Calne are among the greatest works of art in Wiltshire, says Nick Fogg. Mike Marshman uncovers our villages that have been lost to time.