Writer; Countryside Access Consultant
Cycling and walking in England (especially the Midlands and East Anglia); access; rights of way; green lanes; archaeology; landscape history; archery.
George Keeping is a countryside access consultant and writer based in Leicestershire. He has been actively involved in countryside management since 1988: from countryside sites to protecting green lanes and for a number of years managed the countryside and rights of way section of Lincolnshire County Council.
Writer; Countryside Access Consultant Local history; research on use and history of rights of way; access management consultancy.
Heckington, a journey through time (co-author); Stamford – a photographic history of your town (Black Horse Books); Stamford (Francis Frith Collection); Pocket Pub Walks in Lincolnshire (Countryside Books); AA 50 Walks: Norfolk (contributor).