Kimble’s Journey – The role of a rural parish in England’s history

A new book by local historian Roger Howgate tells the history of England from the viewpoint of a rural parish – that of Great and Little Kimble with Marsh.

There will be a launch and signing on Friday 13th November from 7.30pm at The Swan, Great Kimble where signed copies will be available for a special price of £12.

If you can’t make the launch then please use our contact form and we will pass your enquiry to Roger.

Roger commented;
“It is important that some of what our forebears experienced is preserved and recorded, otherwise we find ourselves without roots and without a heritage Some might say it is nostalgia, but I think that is mistaken You will find events, people and the culture of a community which is both ordinary and extraordinary There are some amazing individuals in the history of Kimble. and some remarkable events The book has been a personal journey recording both our local and national societal trends and recalling the special moments and events in the life of our community. It could not have been written without all the kind people who have told their stories and delved into their photograph albums.”

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