'If you've got an eye for history and a love of the county game, the stories and images in this book will give you a real pleasure.' All Out Cricket 'Chris Arnot celebrates this rich but fraying tapestry of country cricket with reminiscences of matches and deeds played out on these grounds.' Country Life 'This book is a real joy for anyone insterested in cricket, its history, leading players and characters.' NFU Countryside 'This is a handsome book in every sense, well-written and smartly presented, with dozens of fine photographs' The Cricketer
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CHRIS ARNOT is a national freelance feature writer who has written on specialist subjects including arts and education, property, pubs, food and travel. A regular contributor to the Guardian, he has also written for the Daily Telegraph, the Independent and the Observer. He co-wrote The Archers Archives for BBC Books and his book, Britain's Lost Cricket Grounds, was long-listed for the MCC's cricket book of the year in 2011. He is also the author of Britain's Lost Breweries and Beers, published by Aurum.