The Village History
was the Trust's first publication in 2001. It runs to some 430 pages
including 24 in colour with an A3 map and overlay. 200 copies were printed in hard covers and 400 in paper covers. Both editions are now sold out but some copies have been available on the Amazon website in recent years.
Work is currently underway to produce a revised edition - Stevington: The Village History Revisited
This will be published later in 2021 and you can download sample pages here:
in Pictures was published
in 2004 and beautifully complements the first publication. The
book is a collection of nearly 500 photographs originating from
the turn of the 19th Century to the present day. There is an explanatory
text of some 40 pages and in all the volume amounts to 184 stunning
pages in full colour. The modern photography is mostly the work
of Roger Day. You can order a copy online by using the paypal shopping cart
Stevington in Pictures or preview images
from the book in the Gallery
The Stevington Calendars
The Trust produced calendars for 2005 and 2006 illustrated mostly by photographs taken from the Stevington In Pictures publication and the 2010 calendar offered a preview of some of the images intended for inclusion in the Natural History of Stevington, published in 2011
produced Historic Walks In Stevington in
ilustrated by local artists, the book places several of the most
interesting local walks into an historical perspective and includes
a helpful guide map for ramblers.
are still available at a cost of £5.00 from Peter
Hart or Roger
Day or you can order a copy online by using the paypal shopping cart ... See
a few Sample Pages
This book was inspired by Gilbert White’s Natural History of Selborne (1788-9) The book is the fruit of a study which took over eight years’ intensive work. It was constructed in two parts: a Field Survey and a Garden Watch. The Field Survey, led by Jacqueline Gooding, aimed to record the flora and fauna in the open fields of the Parish. The Garden Watch, led by Susan Young, involved numerous householders making a weekly record of garden inhabitants and visitors over a three year period.
The book is richly illustrated with photographs taken, for the most part, by Roger Day and pen and brush illustrations by Jacqueline Gooding. The work amounts to 344 pages in hard laminated covers. A reprint was published in 2017 which is now available for £20 plus shipping. There are many enhancements to the image quality plus a few important text changes to the first issue
You can see sample pdfs or view a slideshow preview of the book from our online gallery
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Large discounts for ordering extra copies available online.
The first three publications in the series: Stevington Historical Studies are:
- Thomas Orlebar Marsh Vicar of Stevington - Price £8
- Stevington Servicemen who Served in the Great War 1914-18 - Price 12.00
- Biographies of Great War Servicemen with the Letters of Harry Read - Price £10.00
ALL COPIES NOW SOLD OUT
This is the outcome of three years research resulting in a detailed appraisal of the Church its history and architecture. Few small parish churches have been analysed in such detail with some surprising results.
The book is illustrated in full colour and is in two parts: Part 1 History and Part II Architecture.
The photography of the Church is by Roger Day and the text is by Peter Hart. The book has been set by Paul Middleton.
The book runs to 120 pages and has been printed in a limited edition of 100. The cost per copy is £20.00
You can see sample pdfs or pre-order a copy for local collection by completing an order form
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