MUCK, MAYHEM & MEMORIES – ‘A FOOT IN THE BUCKET’ IS PUBLISHED

2015-08-31 11.43.08by Emma van Woerkom

Two years before The Good Life appeared on our television screens, Jenny and her husband made the decision to leave their urban home and lifestyle to embrace a life of self-sufficiency in the Welsh Hills.

At an auction in Brecon they bought Tironnen, an old hunting lodge with outbuildings and five acres of old pasture, little knowing how their lives would be so greatly enriched by the friendliness and delightful eccentricities of the humans they met and of the animals which came to live with them.

This book recounts with humour how Jenny blundered her way up the steep learning curve of her new life.

2015-08-31 11.43.21“Having lived for over fifty years on the Welsh Border I enjoyed far more the adapted themes of Jenny Green than I did the nostalgic themes of Bruce Chatwin in On The Black Hill.  Her wit and artistic insight illuminated my part of rural Wales far more than any other book had done.” Richard Booth, author of My Kingdom of Books.

A Foot In The Bucket by Jenny Green is published by Read Fox Books.  Paperback edition – 289 pages.
Priced £8.99 + p&p (£2.80 UK)
ISBN – 978 0993256417
It is currently available to buy direct from the author.

To order your copy email Jenny Green at nellhound@outlook.com or write to The Old Police House, Clifford, Herefordshire, HR3 5ER.  Cheques made payable to Jenny Green.

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