J. C. Jeremy Hobson
Rivers, canals and Britain's glorious waterways are championed and admired at every opportunity. They are the subject of countless photos, television programs and books – and are places to visit and enjoy whenever considering a walk in the countryside. Sadly, not so the humble ditch; yet they are the all-important capillaries supplying the veins of our far more visual watercourses. Sometimes straight, sometimes meandering, they are essential in...