Here are the results of our latest newsletter competition…
Last week, we had three copies of Fiona Gell’s Spring Tides: Exploring Marine Life on the Isle of Man to give away, courtesy of Orion. We asked:
For which application has maerl been traditionally dredged from the sea?
And the answer is: for use as a fertiliser. The winners are Mary Reddaway, Barbara McFarlane and Lizz Meredith. Your prizes should be with you very soon!
Thanks for all the entries. To be in with the chance of winning our next prize — one of three copies of William Atkins’ Exiles: Three Island Journeys, recently published by Faber — make sure you’re signed up to our mailing list. The sign-up bar is on the right-hand side of this page.