Join poet Angus and printmaker Lilly as they take you through the British Isles evoking and celebrating the arts of rural trades and traditions in their poetry book published by Pavilion Books. 

by Angus D. Birditt & Lilly Hedley

Pre-order 'Our Isles' Poetry Book

Founded in 1976, Whichford Pottery is a family-run business, with founder Jim Keeling working alongside his son, Adam. 

The following photography series Whichford Pottery, sees Angus D. Birditt explore and capture the life and workings of the pottery in the county of Warwickshire. 

Angus D. Birditt visits Appleby's cheesemakers to see how they make their award-winning Cheshire. 

Our Isles: Poems Celebrating the Art of Rural Trades and Traditions is available now to pre-order. Click here. 


The day in the life of a thatcher. Explore the workings behind the ancient craft of thatching. 


A photography collection by Angus D. Birditt, portraying the life within Pump Street Bakery in the heart of Orford in Suffolk.


Our Isles is a project celebrating and preserving the rural life of the British Isles,

exploring its food & drink, landscape, nature, art, craft, heritage and community.

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