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Paddle the Wye

Paddle the Wye by Mark Rainsley is at the printers and slated for publication on 21 February.
This is a completely revised and updated 2nd edition. The first edition was titled River Wye Canoe and Kayak Guide.
For info or to order the book:
https://www.pesdapress.com/index.php/product/river-wye-canoe-and-kayak-guide/
For a preview:
https://issuu.com/pesdapress/docs/paddle_the_wye_sample

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Update on The Outer Hebrides, sea kayaking guidebook

The guide has stood the test of time very well so this is a reprint with minor updates and corrections. It is not a new edition so don’t rush out and buy one if you already have it.
We have changed the title to Outer Hebrides Sea Kayaking. This is to make it clear that it is a sea kayaking guide, easier to find in searches, and to bring it more into line with our other guides.
The files are at the printers but due to the current paper shortages it isn’t slated to arrive at the warehouse until Thursday the 24th of February. You can pre-order using the link below but please be aware that you won’t receive your copy until the last week in February at the earliest.
https://www.pesdapress.com/index.php/product/the-outer-hebrides/

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Pesda’s Top Ten for 2021

Here are our top ten selling books this year:

1. Walking the Wainwrights by Graham Uney
2. Norfolk Broads Canoe and Kayak Guide by Steve Maloney
3. Paddle Scotland
4. Paddle the Thames by Mark Rainsley
5. Nature of Snowdonia by Mike Raine
6. Sea Kayak Navigation by Franco Ferrero
7. River Wye Canoe and Kayak Guide by Mark Rainsley
8. Canoeing by Ray Goodwin
9. Sea Kayak by Gordon Brown
10. Scottish Rock volume 1 – South by Gary Latter

For a look at our full range of outdoor adventure books visit : https://www.pesdapress.com

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Scottish Canyons delivery 6 September

I have just received the following message from the printers. Sincere apologies for the inconvenience.

“Due to a fault on the binding machine, which has now been repaired, the books will not be ready for collection tomorrow as planned. They will now be collected on Monday and the transport company have advised us they will try to deliver to Cordee on Friday 3rd September, one day later than originally planned.

I will advise Cordee but to be honest I think it would be wise to keep in mind the possibility of the delivery slipping over to Monday 6th September.”