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'Last Man Standing'

A fascinating and comprehensive account of the journey of a small Welsh seaside cricket club, Llandudno, from its small beginnings to the golden years of the 21st century, spanning 175 years. This beautiful hardback book includes research from the archives, match reports and stats, newspaper clippings and snippets of humorous anecdotes. A great read for any cricket fan.

 

“The finished product is amazing. Judging from the feed back I am getting during a feed back marketing exercise the quality and professional high standard of text setting and the striking design cover is unquestionably favourable. Both Jay and Ruth were so friendly, enthusiastic and helpful throughout every stage of the process in producing the book. Both highly skilled in their work. It will be a privilege to work with them again on my second book in the near future.”
— J L Nicholls

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'Northumbria Bird Atlas'

This major book was ten years in the making: compiling the huge amounts of data for more than 200 birds, designing the maps and deciding how to present the data, and then laying each page out to make the most of the beautiful photography has resulted in a book that will delight its readers and provide a valuable reference resource for many enthusiastic bird watchers across the county.

“When embarking on the Northumbria Bird Atlas the Northumberland & Tyneside Bird Club made a highly fortunate decision in choosing UK Book Publishing to publish and print the Atlas. The whole project needed complex mapping plus organisation of many individual files to pull together into the final pdf. Dan Brady and his team at UK Book Publishing proved to be admirably patient in dealing with our many text changes during the project. We all found Dan to be very easy to work with and he was obviously keen to produce a quality 512 page book that we could all look back on as an important publication on the distribution and abundance of Northumberland's birds. As a local firm it made communication much easier and Dan attended probably more committee meetings than he cares to remember to fully iron out all the many issues involved. To say that we are happy with the finished article is something of an understatement. Even though the Atlas was only launched yesterday I have already received many comments as to the quality of the printing and the immaculate presentation. It has featured on BBC's Look North as a major publication on Northumberland's birdlife and I am sure will have a prominent place on the shelf at UK Book Publishing as a job well done.
Thanks again to Dan and his team for their professional publishing expertise and good humour throughout even under great stress at times due to publishing deadlines.”
— Tim Dean

'A year in the life of our North East Coast'

For nearly 18 months we worked with Newcastle University on a special book, made by and for the people of the North-East.

A year in the life of our north east coast‘ is a beautiful visual testament to the coastline of north east England, featuring hundreds of images by local residents of all ages. A full colour, case-bound (hard back) coffee table style book, it’s ideally suited to showing off the amazing coastline of North East England !

“We really enjoyed the entire process of producing our book. Both Dan and Jay were extremely enthusiastic, inventive and supportive throughout each stage, from the project proposal to actual book launch. They produced a beautiful book which is proving very popular with the people of the north east of England and indeed further afield. We look forward to working with the team in the future.”
— Annie Cunningham, Newcastle University

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'Pride in the Lion'

A history of one of the UK’s leading university rugby clubs, this book is a high quality hardback publication with full colour printing throughout, and a luxurious matt laminated dust jacket.

“I am very pleased with the book. Reactions to the book have been very positive. I feel that we worked closely as a team on this project and am more than delighted that you share the positive feelings about it. ”
— Prof. Stewart Evans, Newcastle University

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