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Moonwise Diaries 2018 both editions sold out now: sorry; watch out for the new ones in September
Companions to the Moonwise Calendar, approximately A5 size, in colour throughout, and plenty of space to write. It continues to feature daily astrological events, the moon phase every night, and British and Irish clock times. Blank pages at the back for your own notes and addresses.
Britain & Ireland edition: daily times of rise and set of sun and moon for London, Cardiff, Glasgow and Dublin.
Cornwall edition (bilingual Cornish and English): rising and setting times for Penzance, Truro, Bude and Saltash. Cornish festivals alongside the usual worldwide ones.
The live diary page gives you a good example of the layout for both editions.
Note that some Cornish text has accidentally crept into the Britain & Ireland edition! The sky notes for Ash Moon 2018 should read:
Venus becomes visible in the evening sky in the second half of the lunar month, gradually pulling away from the sunset, and shines obviously in the darkening west. Mercury reaches 18.4°E of the sun in the western evening sky on 15 March. It isn’t a particularly wide elongation, but it gives sky watchers in the northern hemisphere an excellent chance to see the elusive planet in the evening sky, with Venus nearby. Saturn, Mars and Jupiter are in the morning sky, in that order out from the sunrise. Mid-month, Jupiter rises around midnight, with Mars and Saturn following in the early hours. The moon is near them on the mornings 7-11 March.
Sorry about that.