Bird themed A6 lined notebook. Woodpecker by Dick Twinney

Sale price £2.99 Regular price £4.49

Green Woodpecker bird and nature themed A6 lined notebook

Are you an ardent scribbler, like putting pen to paper, taking notes, a technophobe or simply a traditionalist who still believes in the art of writing?  

We all have busy lives so why not make the most of your time by improving your prioritising skills through writing. It is well-known that writing increases both your ability to focus and comprehension, enables you to process and understand more information, inspires your creativity, and improves your memory.

Dick Twinney’s pocket-sized lined notebooks are the perfect accessory for country lovers who like to write things down. A6 sized with 50 pages of lined paper and ring bound which means they will open flat. Perfect for keeping records, a journal or writing notes and tearing a page out. Covers are printed on 300gsm silk card

Each book cover features one of Twinney’s iconic bird paintings with some pertinent text about the species on the reverse for added interest.

These are a great gift idea as well for all bird lovers. These notebooks will fit in most handbags and also the inside pocket of a jacket with ease, so you’ll never be without one.

 Printed locally in Warwickshire, Great Britain on sustainable paper stocks, each book features the carbon neutral logo. Individually barcoded for our retail customers.

Dick Twinney’s highly realistic and traditional artwork has gained international recognition making him one of Cornwall’s best known and loved artists. Over the years Twinney has provided illustrations for over 25 books which have sold worldwide. His wildlife art has featured on many series of collectors plates, greetings cards, giftware, limited edition fine art prints and his original paintings are in collections worldwide. Refusing to follow any trends in art or turn to a more contemporary way of painting, Twinney continues to paint in the traditional style of the artists he grew up with especially Archibald Thorburn and Charles Tunnicliffe, whose work he has emulated and been inspired by since childhood.


Height 15cm

Width 11.5cm

Depth 1.5cm

Weight 75g