Wednesday, 13 October 2010
Another book published this summer by CAMRA books was Real Heritage Pubs of Wales or in the native language Tafarnau Treftadaeth.
Described in CAMRA's press release as follows :
An invaluable guide to over 100 pubs in Wales with historic interiors of real national significance, some of them stretching back a century or more, collected together for the first time in this book. The product of many years of surveying by volunteer members of CAMRA who are dedicated to preserving and protecting the UK’s historic pub interiors.
Living in London, the best way to visit historic pubs is on foot. Alas in Wales the pubs are spread far and wide across the principality.
This book is the best alternative to actually visiting the pubs. It is crammed with colour photos and Mick Slaughter really should get some sort of award for his work on building a permanent historic photographic record of Britain's historic pubs.
A slim paperback with 114 pages but priced accordingly with cover price of £6.99.