Nigel Mussett was born in 1941 and spent most of his school days in London and Salisbury. He read Botany at Southampton University and went on to train as a teacher, spending all of his teaching career as Head of Biology at Seaford College, Petworth (1965-73) and Giggleswick School, Yorkshire (1973-2002). During this time he also obtained a degree in history at the Open University and an MA in Educational Research at Lancaster University.
His interests are wide and varied, spanning both the arts and sciences. He has been actively involved over many years with natural history and nature conservation, GCE examinations, life saving, church work and the Settle-Carlisle railway. In 2001 he was appointed MBE (Military) for his work with the cadet forces. He has undertaken several research projects and published many of them under the Kirkdale Publications imprint. He collaborated with W.R. Mitchell in a Dalesman Mini-book entitled Seven Years Hard – Building the Settle-Carlisle Railway, published in 1976 and he has served on various committees in Yorkshire. He is married and lives in Giggleswick.
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