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Lore of the North

‘Lore of the North’ is an Arts Council funded project and book by Lord Whitney that explores Yorkshire myths and folklore, with  lettering by Amy Rodchester,  illustration by Tommy Davidson and photography by James Rhodes.

The book and map are available to purchase online if you’re a fan of the mythical and mysterious.

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