The Little Book of Cardiff PDF ePub eBook

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The Little Book of Cardiff free pdf Authors David and Gareth take a trip through the places, peculiarities and past practices of Cardiff, stopping off to sample the culinary (and alcoholic) delights of the city along the way. From Clark's Pies and a heaped helping of 'Half and Half' to the oddities of the 'Kaairdiff' accent, this fact-packed compendium reveals the contributions Cardiff has made to the history of the nation and recalls some of its famous faces - Shirley Bassey, Charlotte Church and Frank Hennessy amongst them - and popular attractions. This book is guaranteed to entertain, amuse and surprise everyone who picks it up.

About David Collins

David Collins is a local government officer and a teacher. He and Gareth Bennett are die-hard Cardiff City fans and the authors of two quiz books on the Bluebirds. Gareth is a trained journalist and keen local historian, while David has written extensively on Welsh soccer and Cardiff City and is a regular pundit on GTFM s Cardiff City phone-in."

Details Book

Author : David Collins
Publisher : The History Press Ltd
Data Published : 29 May 2015
ISBN : 0750959592
EAN : 9780750959599
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 192 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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