Books referring to the 3S

Lightfoot Guide to the Three Saints Way – Winchester to Mont Saint Michel
The guide is the first in a 2 volume series that describes the route for walkers riders and cyclists from Winchester to join the St James Way in France. The name, Three Saint's Way,is based on the three saints associated with this pilgrimage: St Swithin, St Michael and St James. Far from being a single route, it is in fact a collection of intersecting routes, comprised of the Millenium Footpath Trail in England and the Chemin Anglais in France, which ultimately intersects with the St James Way in St Jean d'Angely. This book traces 243 kilometres from Winchester in England, to Mont St Michel in France. The entire distance has been GPS traced and divided into manageable sections of approximately 15 kilometres, accommodation is listed for the entire length of each section.
Written by Sylvia Nilsen
Black and white; 116 pages;216 x 140 mm; 145gmfirst published in 2008

 

 

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Lightfoot Guide to the Three Saint’s Way – Mont St Michel to Saint Jean D’Angely
The guide is the second in a 2 volume series that describes the route for walkers riders and cyclists from Winchester to join the St James Way in France. The name, Three Saint's Way,is based on the three saints associated with this pilgrimage: St Swithin, St Michael and St James. Far from being a single route, it is in fact a collection of intersecting routes, comprised of the Millenium Footpath Trail in England and the Chemin Anglais in France, which ultimately intersects with the St James Way in St Jean d'Angely. This book traces 547 kilometres from le Mont St Michel in France to Saint Jean d'Angely. The entire distance has been GPS traced and divided into manageable sections of approximately 26 kilometres, accommodation is listed for the entire length of each section.
Written by Paul Chinn and Babette Gallard
Black and white; 160 pages;216 x 140 mm; 194gmfirst published in 2008

 

 

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Lightfoot Guide to Foraging – Wild Foods by the Wayside
“Nowadays if I look at a meadow I think lunch.” A guide to over 130 of the most common edible and medicinal plants in Western Europe, aimed at the long-distance or casual hiker along the main pilgrim routes through Western Europe. The author has had some 40 years of experience in foraging and though a Dutchman by birth, has been at home all over Europe including Germany, Ireland, England and for the last 8 years in Italy along the Via Francigena pilgrim route, where he feeds his family as a subsistence farmer, cultivating a small piece of Ligurian hillside along permaculture principles, and by gathering food from the wild.
Written by Heiko Vermeulen – first published in February 2012.
Full colour; 144 pages;216 x 140 mm;176gm

 

 

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