Author: Gerard Woodward

Ever since Aldous Jones careened over the handlebars of his bicycle in 1955 and landed next to Farmer Evans’s first field, it has become a tradition for him to take his family camping in Wales. Aldous has started to feel that a certain symbiosis has developed between their North London home and the Welsh village that they only ever see in August. As the years pass, Aldous’….Read More

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