Further Memories of Cottingham, edited by A.H. Stamp

Further Memories of Cottingham, edited by A.H. Stamp
Book published by the Cottingham Local History Society in 1991, 124 pages. Hardback (S6806WSOJ)

Cottingham is a village in the East Riding of Yorkshire, and lays claim to be the biggest village in the country! It neighbours the city of Hull, and it's history goes back many centuries (In the Domesday book 'Cotting Manor' is mentioned where the modern day village later grew). This book collects together the reminiscences, experiences and memories of people who have lived in Cottingham in more recent times, and offers a fascinating insight into the social history of the village over the last several decades.

Condition of the book is generally good. The blue cover boards have some minor scuffs, and some light nibbling and bumping along the edges and corners, and their is colour fading along the outside spine, but the spine itself is intact and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound.

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