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Yarwood, Richard and Evans, Nick (2006) A Lleyn Sweep for Local Sheep? Breed Societies and the Geographies of Welsh Livestock. Environment and Planning A , 38. pp. 1307-1326.

Yarwood, Richard and Evans, Nick (2003) Livestock, locality and landscape: EU regulations and the new geography of Welsh farm animals. Applied Geography, 23 (2/3). pp. 137-157.

Barrett, Heather and Storey, David and Yarwood, Richard (2001) From Market Place to Marketing Place: Retail Change in Small Country Towns. Geography, 86 (2). pp. 159-163.

Book Section

Evans, Nick and Yarwood, Richard (2008) Farm Animals and Rural Sustainability. In: Sustainable rural systems: Sustainable agriculture and rural communities. Edited by Guy Robinson. Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning , Chapter 4 . Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 83-98. ISBN 978-0-7546-4715-7

Barrett, Heather and Storey, David and Yarwood, Richard (2003) Development Through Partnership: LEADER II in the Marches. In: Innovations in Rural Areas: colloque franco-britannique de Géographie rurale [4]: Worcester (mai 2002). Universitaire Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, pp. 311-328. ISBN 2-84516-243-X

Report

Barrett, Heather and Storey, David and Yarwood, Richard (2001) Child Care Provision in Bromyard. Project Report. Centre for Rural Research, University College Worcester. (Unpublished)

Storey, David and Yarwood, Richard (2000) Urban-Rural Interdependence. Project Report. Centre for Rural Research, University College Worcester. (Unpublished)

Barrett, Heather and Storey, David and Yarwood, Richard (1999) Trade and Commerce in Cleobury Mortimer. Project Report. Centre for Rural Research, University College Worcester. (Unpublished)

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