Wanney Books Email: email@example.com Telephone: 01665 604717 Mobile: 07889 078417
Celebrating the history, culture and landscape of Northumberland
The Wilds of Wanney is the name that has been used by the people of Tyneside to describe the hills of Northumberland where the River Wansbeck rises near Sweethope Lough. We have adopted that name as a reference to all the wilder parts of England’s most northerly county.
The area is celebrated in James Armstrong’s poem, the Wild Hills O’ Wannys, written around 1860.
At Wanney Books we are building up a range of small, low-cost, informative books that explore the history, culture and landscape of Northumberland.
We concentrate on subjects that have not been well covered, providing the reader with a new insight into this beautiful county.
Our current range of books can be found by clicking here but we are continually adding new titles.
With our experience in publishing our own books, we are well placed to help the aspiring author get their own work into print. We offer a personal and low-cost service to help you get your project published.
We publish the local journal, The Cheviot. A north Northumberland Miscellany, it comes out three times each year - March, July and November - and includes a wide variety interesting articles. Click here to get more information on the The Cheviot
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|Wild Hills O' Wannys|
|In the News|
|Relics of War|
|Alnwick in the Great War|
|Zeppelins Over the NE|
|Me, the RAF and 77 Squadron|
|The Great North Road|
|Edge of Empire|