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Ye Olde Townships Denby Dale, Scissett, Ingbirchworth & District (ePub)

Local History

By Chris Heath
Imprint: Wharncliffe Books
File Size: 74.1 MB (.epub)
Pages: 240
ISBN: 9781783408573
eBook Released: 25th December 2007

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Finding the very best archive photographs that have survived the ravages of time. Ye Olde Townships is a unique record of the changing face of the district. This book provides an historical window into the landscape and lives of the people who created the villages we know today.

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 Chris Heath

About Chris Heath

Chris Heath has been researching the local history of the Upper Dearne Valley for almost forty years. His previous books include the Denby & District series, the Ye Olde Township series and The Denby Dale Pies – Ten Giants 1788-2000. He has also featured in a number of local radio programmes including ‘Curious & Curouser’ (with Andrew Edwards) and ‘Flashback’ (with Georgie Spanswick) for Radio Leeds and was a consultant for the Channel 4 programme ‘The Great Northern Cookbook’ presented by ex-Coronation Street actor Sean Wilson in 2012. He was also the guest historian in a pie themed edition of ‘The Great British Bake Off’ with Sue Perkins in 2015. This is his twelfth book.

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