I’m busy working on a series of works about the Pennine Watershed, England’s backbone. Its all based on walking the Pennine Way, England’s first long distance trail. The trail is a tribute to England’s moorland and to the vision of Tom Stevenson and the heroes of the Kinder Trespass back in 1932. A dream in 1935 and finally opened thirty years later in 1965, the walk remains the best known of our national trails and some say the hardest. The first piece Dark Peak to the Yorkshire Dales, the South Pennine moorlands flanked by the conurbations of Yorkshire and Lancashire divided by the transpennine carriageways from pack-horse route to motorway often littered with the detritus of our way of life.