For all those
interested in the art
and writings of James Ulric
and Leo Walmsley.
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Other links to sites of interest
Alliance of Literary SocietiesPromotes the work of the member societies.
This site provides links to other literary societies.
BayfairThe local magazine for Robin Hood's Bay
Bay Museum, Robin Hood's BaySituated in the old Coroner's Room and Mortuary, this small museum in the heart of the village houses fascinating collections and displays of local interest. Entry is FREE.
Bookends of FoweySecond-hand and Antiquarian Books sold through the shop, by mail order and on the internet.
Dalesman MagazineYorkshire's favourite magazine.
The Daphne du Maurier websiteIn his books Love in the Sun and Angler's Moon, Leo describes his life in Cornwall and
the close friendship he and his family had with Daphne du Maurier. This friendship
was to last until his death in 1966. Daphne eventually became
the first Patron of the Walmsley Society.
Fowey Tourist Information CentreLeo lived in Fowey in the early 1930s, moving there again in the 1950s.
This site has information about Fowey and what it has to offer.
Fylingdales Local History GroupThis group holds a large collection of parish registers, deeds, wills, photographs, maps and other historical documents.
Fishermen's GanseysInformation sheet about the type of woollen jumper as worn by the Bramblewick fishermen in Leo Walmsley's books.
Mike HardingComedian, author, actor and BBC Radio 2 presenter.
He says, 'Foreigners is one of the best books about childhood ever written.'
Graham Higson, BSc (Hons), MAAuthor, freelance writer, ghost writer, proofreading services, commissions undertaken.
The Hopkins SocietyThis society aims to celebrate Gerard Manley Hopkins' contribution to English Literature.
My YorkshireCelebrating all that's best in God's own county.
North Yorkshire Moors AssociationThe North Yorkshire Moors Association is an independent charity whose vision is of a living,
working moors, that changes with time but retains its beauty.
Pin ProductionsVideo production services based in West Yorkshire.
Robin Hood's Bay Tourist AssociationFind out about authors who live in and around Robin Hood's Bay
Slightly FoxedThe real reader's quarterly – more like a bookish friend, really.
Well worth a visit.
Visit WhitbyA site offering tourist information about one of
North Yorkshire's finest coastal towns.
Sean WalmsleyA web page about Leo's son Dr Sean Walmsley. There are also sections about his
mother Margaret Walmsley, his sister Anna Scott, and the Walmsley Society.
Sean Walmsley Design
Wanderlust – walking in YorkshireThis site has maps, directions and a host of other items to compliment your walking experience.
Elizabeth WiseQualified, accredited indexer, based in Norfolk.
Black Dog Indexing/
Yorkshire BooksellersInformation on rare, antiquarian, and secondhand booksellers
in York and Yorkshire.
Some Walmsley Society members
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