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At the George and Other Essays on Rugby League
But if many of his books were based largely on his travels there was one place he refused to write about, Wensleydale, because it would attract more people. He regarded tourism, as distinct from travel, as very dangerous, destroying the very thing it feeds on. He was born Geoffrey Heald, in Bolton, but later took his stepfather's name. At the age of seven his family moved to the village of Ainsworth, below Rawtenstall, where his mother was a six-loom weaver and his father a clerk for a firm producing Lancashire speed frames.
Educated at Bury Grammar School, he narrowly missed an Open Scholarship to Oxford, but instead his desire to write took him into journalism, starting as a reporter on the Bolton Evening News. After National Service he went to New Zealand in , where he met and married his first wife, with whom he had four children. When they returned to England he worked briefly on the News Chronicle, in London, before moving in to the Manchester Guardian, as it then was, firstly as a reporter, then as a feature writer, eventually becoming chief features writer.
His first book was written while still on the newspaper, but in he took a deep breath and resigned from the Guardian to become a full-time writer of whatever subject took his interest, among them his passions for Northern England, Christianity and sport — especially cricket, he was a lifelong supporter of Lancashire, and Rugby League where he supported Wigan.