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Who’s for the Game?’ tells the story of the men from four prominent Birmingham sports clubs who lost..
Desperate, exhausted after the Battle of Worcester and hunted by Cromwell’s troops, King Charles II ..
A mischievous ghost lurks in the Palace Theatre, Redditch; the Technical Manager has seen it three t..
The Dear Watsons tells the story of a woman called Gladys, her husband and daughters, her family and..
This book relates the history of Rotton Park Lodge and the surrounding area of Birmingham. Margery E..
Peter Bullock was a teacher for over 30 years, during 20 of which he was Head of the English Departm..
Birmingham would like so much to be recognised and respected as England’s second city. Unfortunately..
The first General Election after British women won the right to vote in 1918 was almost an entirely ..
This light-hearted, liberally illustrated book tells of the way that the tiny Finstall hamlet of the..
This book is an account of the author’s thirty years (1964-1994) of enforcing safety and health in t..
Deep in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside lie a number of secret places that played a special..
When Britain declared war on Germany on 4th August 1914 plans were already in place in case the war ..
The Girl from Guildford Street describes a working class childhood, growing up in Lozells, Birmingha..
Peter Hollingworth was a man of conviction, a great family man, a loyal friend and a courteous foe. ..
Born in 1943, Richard Pottinger grew up in and around the small rural villages near Cirencester, Glo..
How did a new belief move from the backwaters of oppressed Galilee to centres around the Mediterrane..
An exciting tale of a lifetime in aviation,
a lifetime of remarkable ad..
The complete collection of Carl Chinn's popular Brum and Brummies series. These volumes are sure to ..
C.T. (Tom) Wareing and his family – then
consisting of his wife B..
When Dora Wright found herself jobless at
fifty, with her marriag..