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For many people the name Gaskin is synonymous with a brutal murder at Hednesford, Staffordshire in 1..
Here is an easy to read and interesting book which follows the
connection between early ninetee..
Shirley Davies recalls her wartime childhood in Coseley, in the Black Country the premature death of..
Magor, in Welsh Magwyr, is one of the ‘villages so green’ in the poem
‘Days that have been’ by W H..
No.13 Herbert Road is an engaging autobiographical account of a young boy growing up in the back str..
Intrigued by a carved mask in the angle of beautiful bargeboards of an old building near her home, r..
Following the successful publication, in 2010, of Planet BB: The Boys’
Brigade Around The World, V..
The Boys’ Brigade has just celebrated its
125th Anniversary. In 188..
This is a look at old and new Redditch, Worcestershire, through the letters, poetry, reminiscences a..
David Capron traces his family roots back to Huguenot times and then into West Somerset and Devon wh..
Join a great grandson of the first Park Keeper at Selly Oak Park,
Birmingham, as he delves into th..
How did a jazz trumpeter and a struggling beginner journalist, both
London bred and born, come to ..
David paints a picture of his enduring love of railways and his early days of volunteering on the Gl..
Shortly after the onset of the Great War Wilfrid Barley, aged 19 years,
like many other young men,..
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