To help celebrate a notable birthday for the last member of the Harman family to have been a joint-owner of Lundy, the Lundy Field Society is publishing this privileged view of the island when it was the property, the home and the abiding passion of the Harman family.

Covering the period from the 1920s to the late 1960s, it includes some stories which have never been told before and others which are well known but told here with new illustrations. The period photographs are from the collections of Diana Keast and other Lundy Field Society members, and many of them are published here for the first time.

Memories and anecdotes from Diana Keast are the icing on the cake of a unique insight into a crucial period of Lundy's history.

Diana Keast (née Harman) is the younger daughter of Martin Coles Harman, who bought Lundy in 1925. She and her two brothers and sister did much of their growing up on Lundy, and she still visits the island regularly. Her personal knowledge of Lundy and its people from before World War II to the present day is unsurpassed, and her collection of Lundy photographs - and anecdotes - is unmatched.

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