Bio-Diversity Net Gain and Fell ponies

26 January 2022 Bill Lloyd 0

The Fell pony has helped to create the unique habitat and unique culture which has been deemed worthy of World Heritage Site status, and they deserve special recognition and special treatment, rather than exclusion and persecution.

Gypsies and Travellers: Who are they?

12 October 2021 Bill Lloyd 2

How are they defined? And why do we need to know? Text: Bill Lloyd.   Pictures: Brian Morgan Click here to download PDF document. There are so many twists and turns in the road which leads to a working definition of […]


One Horsepower: A long slow walk in the greenwood.

7 December 2020 Bill Lloyd 0

A beginner’s guide to logging with horses. Part technical manual, part environmentalist manifesto, part spiritual quest, this book traces Bill Lloyd’s path from the insulated comforts of a salaried position as an arts administrator into the world of forestry contracting […]

Stopping Places:

17 November 2021 Bill Lloyd 0

Rossendale to Appleby Fair, by road, in 1978 Note: this was written in 1978, and quite a bit has changed since then, with road-widening and development, but most of the stopping places are still there. A lot more areas fenced […]

Music and Culture – The case of George Lloyd

25 June 2018 Bill Lloyd 0

This article is a response to Professor John Kersey’s observations on the effect of Universities and modernist academics on Western art music.  Link here:   Kersey’s text provides several missing pieces to a jigsaw puzzle. The puzzle concerns an explanation […]

Jordan Peterson – arguments and motivation

25 June 2018 Bill Lloyd 0

Professor Jordan Peterson – a summary of his arguments and a personal view of what motivates this polarising force.    (Warning: 5000 words! )   Introduction: I make no claim to originality in this article. It has been condensed from, […]