Langham Lads - A Nostalgic Look at Village Life in Langham in the early part of the Twentieth Century

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Langham Lads - A Nostalgic Look at Village Life in Langham in the early part of the Twentieth Century
Langham Lads - A Nostalgic Look at Village Life in Langham in the early part of the Twentieth Century

Booklet Published by the Langham Village History Group, 18 pages. A5 size booklet (N5668PE)

Langham is a village in the county of Rutland, and this booklet collects together memories nd experiences of growing up in the village in the early part of the last century.

From the introduction: The stories in this booklet take a nostalgic look at village life in Langham in the early part of the twentieth century. Most of the stories first appeared in the Langham News and we are grateful to Bill Nourish, Fred Palmer's daughter, Ann (to whom his tales were told) and the Langham News, for allowing Langham Village History Group to publish them in this format. The charming illustrations were drawn for us by Brenda Witcomb.

There are tales and stories about Very Early Memories, My Childhood Home, Sunday School, Eating Habits, Childhood Games, Pumping the Organ, A Visit to Stamford Hospital, Harvest Festival, Post Office Corner, A Tragic Accident, The Battle of the Common Lane, Tommy Grant's Ear, The Blood Mare, Mr Skidmore's Escape, Changes, Lord Ranksborough, Nutty Fowler's Screw Jack, Lord Lonsdale, Dogs, The Steam Wagon, The Old Malting, The Gun, Weston's Lane, Town Close, The Fair and the Circus, Silver Jubilee, The Man and his Pig, and more!

Condition of the booklet is generally excellent. The covers are clean and bright, the staple spine is tight and intact, and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound. There is a small price sticker on the rear side cover
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