For Still We Hear Them Singing - Poems by Robert E Pike; Photos by Carrie Pike 168 pages Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing Limited (27 April 2015) ISBN-10: 1781489106 ISBN-13: 978-1781489109 Available in Hardback at £12.99 and Softback at £9.99 From Amazon, TIC Saffron Walden, leading bookshops and the author (plus £2.00 p & p) on [email protected]; Facebook ANCREGREATWAR The centenary of the Great War has given birth to an absolute deluge of material, but unusually this personal miscellany explores the theme through the medium of poetry, many accompanied by photographs.
Intensely personal, inspired by the lives and deaths of real people and the need to remember, the poems are often poignant, sometimes humorous, many based on true stories of men from the small market-town of Saffron Walden in rural Essex. Membership Secretary: Jenepher Hawkins Contributions are welcome, style notes available. For further details please contact: jenepherhawkins:Outline History of the Ickleton Chesterfords Area” Mary Symonds Reminiscences” of her visits to her grandparents in Great Chesterford as a child before the 2nd World War The Chesterfords Newmarket Railway 11846-1958 £1.50 The History of Dunmow with a directory of the parish – J W Savill (1863) The Dunmow Almanac – J W Savill (1865-72) Antiquities of an Essex Parish – W T Scott (1873) Photographic album of Great Dunmow views – T J Smith (pub) (1900) Picturesque Dunmow – (1910) Dunmow Almanac and Directory – Robus Bros (1913-16) Notes on the history of Dunmow (Dunmow Notes no.1) –Robus Bros (ca.1920) Dunmow Roll of Honour1914-16 (Dunmow Notes no.2) –Robus Bros (ca.1920) Notes on the Parish Bells of Dunmow (Dunmow Notes no.3) –Robus Bros (ca.1920) Dunmow Congregational Church (Dunmow Notes no.4) –Robus Bros (ca.1920) The Lock-up, Coach House etc.
Author John Sly £5.00 pp Enquiries: [email protected] by Alison Barnes. If you would like one:- Cheques made to to Quendon and Rickling PCC to The Rev'd Chris Bishop, The Vicarage, 24 Mallows Green Rd., Manuden, CM23 1DG The letters of Eden Nesfield, architect, to the Revd. ISBN 0-486-28275-9 Contact: [email protected] colour illustrated booklet on this early sixteenth century Brussels altarpiece, described as the finest piece of woodcarving in Essex. The Sampfords Society has published a large number of booklets and papers, which can be photocopied t cost.
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