Do you fancy a Bilberry Pie? It’s the latest publication from the Yorkshire Dialect Society and is a selection of pieces written for the Summer Bulletin between 1976 and 2000. They have been selected by the current Editor, Rod Dimbleby, and the Council’s Minutes Secretary Josie Smith. The cover is mouthwatering – a pie baked and later photographed by Council member Barbara Walker – and the contents will delight you all.
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