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For a trial period, Wrekin Local Studies Forum is making two of its Transactions free to download for a period. Please select either “Ken Jones Day” or “Sylvia Watts Day” and go through the purchase procedure, but it will be free to order. “Add to Cart” then “View Cart”. Then enter details and “download” link will become available.

“Sylvia Watts Day” is also available as a hard copy for £5 plus £2 post & packing. Please send a cheque to the address given and the book will be posted to you.

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  • Sylvia Watts History Day

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    Sylvia Watts History Day

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    Remembering Sylvia                                          ~ tributes        

    The pleasures and pitfalls of local history      ~ Christopher Harrison

    Archdeacon Joseph (Plymley) Corbett           ~ Douglas Grounds

    Hannah Cullwick: a Shifnal Wench                  ~ John Cullwick

    The Brooke Papers                                            ~ Sylvia Watts

    Bibliography                                                       ~ Marilyn Higson

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  • Sylvia Watts History Day (Hard Copy)

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    Sylvia Watts History Day (Hard Copy)

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    Remembering Sylvia                                          ~ tributes        

    The pleasures and pitfalls of local history      ~ Christopher Harrison

    Archdeacon Joseph (Plymley) Corbett           ~ Douglas Grounds

    Hannah Cullwick: a Shifnal Wench                  ~ John Cullwick

    The Brooke Papers                                            ~ Sylvia Watts

    Bibliography                                                       ~ Marilyn Higson

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  • Transactions of Ken Jones Day

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    Transactions of Ken Jones Day

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    PROCEEDINGS OF THE KEN JONES HISTORY DAY,  20 April 2013
    Ken Jones, his life and work – John Powell
    Holywell Lane revisited – Barrie Trinder
    Methodism in Telford, with particular reference to Ken Jones – John Lenton
    Coal to the Power Station: the role of the railway – Neil Clarke
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