Abbots Bromley Horn Dance, Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire, England 1973. Once a Year, second edition published by Dewi Lewis Publishing in July 2016.
Britannia Coconut Dancers. Bacup, Lancashire 1972. Mr Richard (Dick) Shufflebottom, Mr Derek Pilling, Stuart talking to his father Mr John Daley and Mr Keith Dawson made up part of the team of eight dancers.
The Minehead Hobby Horse, Minehead, Somerset 1971. May Day at the hobby horse walking back from Whitecross where it bowed three times to the sun at dawn before walking back to Minehead.
The King on horse back. Castleton Garland Day, Castleton Derbyshire England. May 29th 1972
The Grovely Forest Rights. Wishford Magna, Wiltshire 1974. The right to collect wood from the Grovely Forest is celebrated each year on 29th May outside Salisbury Cathedral by villagers from Wishford Magna who perform a dance carrying nitches, bundles of dried wood on their heads.
The Burry Man - John (Jacko) Hart, South Queensferry Lothian Scotland, UK. With his helpers Billy Scott and David Scott in South Queensferry Ex Serviceman's Club, taking a break from his perambulations of the towns boundaries. Second Friday in August 1971. John Hart was the local grave digger in 1971.
Shrove Tuesday Skipping, Scarborough, Yorkshire. England 1974.
Father Christmas introducing the Bampton Mummers, Christmas 1972, Bampton, Oxfordshire.
Ripon Sword Dance Play, Boxing Day, Ripon, Yorkshire 1971. Eddie Hardcastle (on right) with family members.
Farthing Bundles, Bow London 1973. Irene Wood giving out the Farthing Bundles. The children had to walk under the arch, that reads, "Enter all ye children small, none can come that are to tall." The farthing Bundle was a small toy etc, and cost a farthing, when I was there it was one old penny.
The Storm is Passing Over. A visual record of life in the Afro- Caribbean church community.
The Celestial Church of Christ. A baby naming ceremony. Church members have just danced around the huge pile of fruit. The child is being held by a 'spirit medium' in the middle of the group, to her left a 'scribe' translates the 'spirit mediums' prophecies for the child. She is speaking in tongues. The child's father records her message.
Mount Zion Spiritual Baptist Church north London. This young woman undergoes an all night vigil with elders of the church. In the morning she will be blindfolded and taken by coach to Felixstowe beach - a three hour journey - where with other candidates a sea-baptism service will be performed.
Celestial Church of Christ east London England. A young female disabled child is having 'evil spirits' exorcized from her body, the pastor is standing on her foot and trying to hold her down and at the same time pull up her body so as to stretch her spine. Her mother is behind her.
Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, Manchester England. London church members travel to Manchester for an all night prayer service. Women and men are always separated from each other within the church. The women have to go on hands and knees to talk to male elders of the church if summoned.
Celestial Church of Christ Islington London. In the hope of a message from God a woman in a trance lies on the church floor. She is 'In Spirit' a 'Holy Spirit' is within her body.
Celestial Church of Christ South London. A Thanksgiving takes place at the harvest festival Sunday church service. Yoruba people from western Nigeria mainly make up this churches congregation.
Yoruba people from western Nigeria. Harvest Festival The Celestial Church of Christ South London. UK
Calvary Church of God in Christ , London Uk. A member is filled with the Holy Spirit he dances joyously as he runs around the church interior, while the red robbed choir of the Calvary Church of God in Christ carry on singing.
Mount Zion Spiritual Baptist Church north London. Bishop Noel has died, at his funeral service in the small church building his brothers both Bishops of their own churches in the Caribbean attend. Mother Noel passes children of the church over the body thats lying in state.
Hunting with Hounds, published by Mansion Editions. This is not just about fox hunting, but also covers hunting of all the quarry species hunted by hounds in the UK; rabbit, rat, hare, fox, mink, and stag
The Duke of Beauforts Hunt, The Meet at Easton Grey House, Easton Grey, Wiltshire. It was at Easton Grey that the former Prince of Wales planted an oak tree to commemorate the time he spent there enjoying the 1922-23 hunting season.
The Duke of Beaufort's Hunt. Silk top hats are still worn by some hunt subscribers, who traditionally wear blue coats with buff facings, and are known as the Blue and Buff. This fashion can be traced back to the family's Plantaganet forebear John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, whose colours were azure and gold. The Boxing Day Meet at Worcester Lodge near Didmarton, Gloucestershire.
Hare Coursing. A liquid lunch is enjoyed in the Members Enclosure at the Waterloo Cup. The Waterloo Cup is considered the blue riband, or Ascot, of the hare coursing season. Near Altcar, Lancashire.
Duke of Beaufort Hunt. Puppy show competition tea. Badminton estate Gloucestershire England.
The Quantock Staghounds. A woman wearing a fox stole with head at the annual hunt ball. Bagborough House, West Bagborough, Somerset.
Quantock Stag Hounds Hunt Ball at Bagborough House. West Bagborough, Somerset UK.
The Quantock Staghounds. A mounted stags head looks down on the revellers who have spilled out of the hunt ball marquee and into Bagborough House. West Bagborough, Somerset.
The Quantock Staghounds. The stag is gutted and its entrails fed to the hounds before it is taken back to the kennels to be hung, and later distributed to local farmers. Quantock Hills, Somerset.
The Royal Albert Ratting Club. A farm rat, it is estimated that one rat costs a farmer 50p a week in grain and damage. Bromley Farm, Bramley, Barnsley, Yorkshire.
The English Season. Published in the UK by Pavilion Books Ltd 1988. The 25 best sporting and social occasions, English middle and upper class society at play.
Royal Ascot, picnic in car park No 1. Berkshire England.
Tennis at Wimbledon.
The Chelsea Flower Show.
Eton College 4th of June celebrations.
May Ball at Oxford University. Commem Ball dancing to the Inspirational Choice.
Derby Day, money changing hands offcourse gambling.
Prince Charles and Lady Diana Polo Windsor Great Park.
Lords cricket ground London a fan in yellow suit from Barbados.
Trout fishing on the river Test Hampshire.
This is England. Poursuite Editions. Published 2014 for my exhibition at the Maison de la Photographic Robert Doisneau. Paris.
Trafalgar Square, London. 1969 Bowler hatted, suited and wearing their old school ties, four young City Gents attend a Conservative Party 'Forward Again with the Tories' rally in the run up to the 1970 General Election.
Changing rooms each man has his own locker. South Kirkby Colliery, Yorkshire England. 1979. Opened in 1881, closed in 1988 and later demolished. Photographs show Dave Bennett ( Official) and Ernie Moore (Face Man)
River Thames, London. 1979 The Rhinestone Cowboy, a male stripper surprises, shocks and entertains, teenage hen party guests on a private riverboat cruise.
Durham, County Durham. 1974 A young couple share a kiss at the annual Durham Miners Gala. Started in 1871 it was the largest unofficial gathering of miners and trade unionist in the country at its peak as many as 300,000 trade unionist attended.
Chelsea, London. 1982 Teenage Sloane Rangers at Wedgies nightclub in the Kings Road, which was managed by playboy and bon viveur Sir Dai Llewellyn.
Notting Hill, London. 1976 At the Notting Hill Carnival a peaceful group of Rastafarians drumming and chanting were broken up and moved on by the police. A furious young Rastafarian lets the police know what he thinks, as an Elder wills him to calm down.
Southend-on-Sea, Essex. 1974 A middle-aged couple with their Austin Cambridge A50 and own deck chairs enjoy a sleepy Saturday afternoon in sun.
Whitechapel, London. 1972 Unemployed woman sell old clothes and bric-a-brac from prams to supplement their meagre living. One wears her headscarf over her hat to keep out the cold.
Chelsea, London. 1979 The 3rd of May, Mrs Margaret Thatcher followed by her son Mark meets the press as she goes to cast her vote in in the General Election at Chelsea Town Hall. The next day the Conservative Party victory was announced making the Iron Lady, Britainís first female Prime Minister.