By Ray Jones
By Ray Jones
By Christine Jones
By Brian Girling
Comparison photos from the current day convey how occasions have replaced, whereas a variety of post-war scenes display Paddington as many will bring it to mind. Grand Victorian townscapes and slummy byways are published during this wonderful and vibrant compilation.
By Ed Glinert
By Peter Lee
Pub-goers, like actors on a degree, performed out their half on the bar because the cleaning soap opera in their lives used to be forgotten. In Nuneaton Pubs, Peter Lee explores how public homes thrive this day, with a brand new purchasers, new decor, and varied (or detached) beer, and indicates that the pub maintains to shape an important and necessary a part of the historical past and social cloth of our towns.
By Johnny Homer
By Anne Vipond
By Harry Dowdell
By David Field,Dave McOmish,Steve Speller
Yet there's even more to the prehistory of Wiltshire than Stonehenge, Avebury and Silbury Hill. The latter websites are after all all right here, yet so too are the common fields and enclosures of the Bronze Age that confirmed a template around the nation-state for later generations to keep on with, and the big hillforts of the Iron Age that stand sentinel-like overlooking the chalkland river valleys. attention-grabbing websites abound, fairly at the extensive expanses of uncultivated downland, and those offer a amazing perception into prior societies, economic climate and cost. Prehistoric impression at the panorama used to be large and the archaeology unearths the character of improvement and alterations around the countryside.
This quantity presents an up to date account of the prehistory of Wiltshire from the earliest proof for human profession to the impression at the Romano-British nation-state. It outlines the impact of prior weather swap at the topography and the way animals and other people confirmed the panorama that we all know this present day. the tale is one in every of exuberant yet over the top monument development, of innovation probably fuelled via pageant to provoke, and of the fight to subsist.
Proceeds from this booklet visit the Wiltshire Archaeological & traditional historical past Society.
By Eve Davis