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Poppies in the Corn

Poppies in the Corn

When the Second World War broke out, Fay Garrison with her mother and siblings moved out from h..

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Roy Webb’s Redditch Then & Now

Roy Webb’s Redditch Then & Now

This is a look at old and new Redditch, Worcestershire, through the letters, poetry, reminiscences a..

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The Fiery Canon – The Ramblings of a Rustic Rector (Alcester)

The Fiery Canon – The Ramblings of a Rustic Rector (Alcester)

David Capron traces his family roots back to Huguenot times and then into West Somerset and Devon wh..

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The Gentle Rebel

The Gentle Rebel

June Picken describes her eventful upbringing in pre-war Birmingham and life as a Land Girl in the W..

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The Going Down of the Sons

The Going Down of the Sons

Birmingham poet Paul Thornber and Terry Carter, the author of “Birmingham Pals” regularly visit the ..

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The Grass Was Always Greener

The Grass Was Always Greener

In this candid account Angela Claysmith Jenkins takes us through another twenty years in the saga of..

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The Heydays of Selly Oak Park 1896-1911

The Heydays of Selly Oak Park 1896-1911

Join a great grandson of the first Park Keeper at Selly Oak Park, Birmingham, as he delves into th..

£14.95

The Hill Folk (Kent)

The Hill Folk (Kent)

How did a jazz trumpeter and a struggling beginner journalist, both London bred and born, come to ..

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The Puffing Parson – Branch Line Ministry

The Puffing Parson – Branch Line Ministry

David paints a picture of his enduring love of railways and his early days of volunteering on the Gl..

£11.95

To Hell and Back

To Hell and Back

Shortly after the onset of the Great War Wilfrid Barley, aged 19 years, like many other young men,..

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