Poems from Rialto, Smiths Knoll, etc. A few light poetry laughs here and there, and the odd wry, less light twist, but never any shortage of line-breaks. Strange, because I think "Poets' Retreat" is plainly prose, and most of the other pieces are prosey, leaving the line-breaks to perform the role they do on tele-prompters. I liked "Poem Factory", "Fire" and "Communing with Nature". Not "Writing Group".
Just for the record, "Shopping and Flying" mentions Milton tip, Chesterton, Cherry Hinton, and Gog Magog golf course - all in/around Cambridge.