The History of Charlbury through ..... our new booklet
The museum’s latest publication is hot off the press! Our new booklet brings together the articles which have appeared on the Charlbury website during the year, telling the history of the town through objects in the museum. Read about Mr Horniblow’s Victorian emporium, a pair of child’s tiny leather shoes, a robbery at the Pharmacy, the origins of the mill stream, Mary Albright’s embroidered map of the world and much more. There is something here to interest everyone.
64 pages in colour, A5 size, fully illustrated and indexed £8 per copy
Payment is preferably by internet banking though cash is acceptable. Copies can be delivered, especially to those who find it difficult to get out and about because of the present restrictions.
Orders and enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone 01608 810109 or text 07530 012332
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Buy it for yourself, or as a Christmas present for those who used to live here but have moved away. An ideal stocking filler.