If you would like to contact me to make any suggestions or comments, or to raise queries, or to contribute to the Forum, please e-mail email@example.com, specifying CONTACT or FORUM in the title as appropriate. I will respond to all e-mails as soon as I can (subject to being away, other short-term priorities etc!). When e-mailing, it would be helpful if you provided your name and home area (county or unitary) (see the privacy statement on the Info page).
Some pages list documents which are available by e-mail (as attachments in Word 2003 format). For these requests please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying DOCUMENTS in the title. As above I will e-mail the documents requested as soon as I can, and again it would be helpful if you provided your name and home area (county or unitary). You can also send in your own visit notes (specifying VISIT NOTES).
If you would like me to include you on the Bag Totals page you will need to e-mail me on email@example.com, specifying BAGGING in the title. When you e-mail for the first time you will need to provide your historical bagging totals up to the date of your e-mail, listing each Hardy bagged by High Point and summit name, if possible together with a breakdown by country, category and all/core as per the Bagging Totals list on the Bagging page, plus your name and home area (county or unitary).
When you e-mail with subsequent updates to your bagging totals, you will not
only need to provide the Hardy High Point and summit name
visited, but also some corroborative details of your visit(s): visit date,
weather conditions, a brief basic summary of the route and description of the
summit area, and ideally one or more accompanying digital photos.
I will be equally happy to receive news of any Hardy visits you make or have made, or of any related subject matter, and will post all news on the Bag Totals Page.
I can also put people in touch with each other if they let me know who they want to contact with a brief summary of the reason(s) for doing so.
You can carry out web searches on many High Point names and summit names and find lots of useful and interesting information, and similarly for the various summit lists (Munros et al).
The Wikipedia article on the Hardys is titled "Hardy (hill)", and the Hardys hill list is is also included in the article "Hill lists in the British Isles".
The following links may also be of interest:
Long Distance Walkers Association
Country Walking Magazine
The Great Outdoors Magazine (TGO)
Database of British Hills
and of course there are many more!