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The Dingles - Janet L. Barratt
Now designated as a future Conservation area, we take a look at how nature, through the months, c..
The Fiery Canon: The Ramblings of a Rustic Rector - David Capron
David Capron traces his family roots back to Huguenot times and then into West Somerset and Devon..
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The Gentle Rebel - June Picken
June Picken describes her eventful upbringing in pre-war Birmingham and life as a Land Girl in th..
The Going Down of the Sons - Paul J. Thornber
Birmingham poet Paul Thornber and Terry Carter, the author of “Birmingham Pals” regularly visit t..
The Grass Was Always Greener - Angela Claysmith Jenkins
In this candid account Angela Claysmith Jenkins takes us through another twenty years in the saga..
The Heydays Of Selly Oak Park - Ken Pugh
Join a great grandson of the first Park Keeper at Selly Oak Park, Birmingham, as he delves into t..
The Hill Folk - Iris Bryce
How did a jazz trumpeter and a struggling beginner journalist, both London bred and born, come to..
The Lucid Expression of Thought - Charles Wade
Two debating societies were formed in 1846 in the Birmingham area. The Edgbaston society prospere..
Thrussington - A Village Story - Ed. Jennifer Sandys
In 'Thrussington: a Village Story' members of The Thrussington Local History Society, Leicestersh..
To Hell and Back - Neville Barley
Shortly after the onset of the Great War Wilfrid Barley, aged 19 years, like many other young men..
West Bromwich Town Hall - Anne Wilkins
It could not be further from the sea yet West Bromwich's Town Hall has a great naval tradition li..
When the Church of God Arises - B. A. Miles
This book is particularly insightful because it is written from two perspectives. One which is pr..
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