David Hunter

David Hunter was for many years one of the great army of London commuters, working as a credit manager for a group of department stores and later as treasurer of a large advertising agency. During this time he escaped whenever possible to walk in the Chiltern hills and the North Downs, and made frequent forays along the Ridgeway National Trail. He also wrote features for outdoor and other magazines, and developed his interest in photography, contributing to several photographic libraries.

David and his wife, Vera, moved to Worcester and began walking in the Malverns and around Bredon Hill and the hills south of Birmingham, as well as exploring the territory of the rivers Severn and Wye. He has a particular affection for Shropshire and the Welsh border country. David has had a number of books published, including five guides for Cicerone.