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MAIL ORDER BOOKS

 

The Society has a number of books available to mail order. To purchase please send your order via post or email. Cheques should be made payable to: Wellington Museum Society. Hover over the titles below for more information.

The Baptist Story

 

A publication by South Street Baptist Church on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the present building.

Pam Marshall (1983)

£2.00

plus P/P in the UK £1.00

The Howards and the Transformation of Wellington

 

The impact of the Howards, father and son architects, on housing in Wellington, Somerset.

 

 L Isaac (1993)

£2.00 plus P/P in the UK £1.00

Our Boys

Commemorates 178 men who died in the Great War, giving a short account of who they were and their connection with Wellington.

 

Mike Perry and Ray Hitchcock

£5.95 plus P/P in UK £1.50

Wellington Monument

 

A book about the history and construction of the Wellington Monument (1815 to 2000)

 

John Girdler (2001)

£5.00 plus  P/P in the UK £1.50

Brickmaking in Wellington

​A History of the Poole Brickworks of William Thomas & Co Ltd at Wellington, Somerset.

 

L Isaac and I Parrott (2002)

£5 plus P/P in the UK £1.50

Medieval Wellington

 

A  history of Wellington from Domesday through to the Early Modern Period.

 

Bruce Watkin (1999)

£7.00 plus P/P in the UK £1.50

Walter Gregory

 

From chemist's shop to industry leader, a history of Swallowfield PLC

 

Peter Gregory and Dennis Trist with additional material by John Burgess and Tony Wardell

 

£4.00 plus P/P in the UK £1.50

Wellington Poetry Club

A short history of the club .A3 booklet with

six sides of  text

John Neville Jarrett. 2016

£1.00 plus P/P in the UK £1.00

James Lackington

 

James Lackington, famous bookseller, born in Wellington.

 

John Hagen (2006)

£2.50

plus P/P in the UK £1.00

The Old Town Hall

 

A history from the 1830s to the present day, through its multiple uses, for example as a corn market, to the pub/restaurant it is today, known now as "The Iron Duke"

 

Colin Spackman 2017

 

£3.50 plus P/P in the UK of £1.50

Relyon - Best in the world

 

"Best in the World"; a history of Price Brothers (Relyon Group from 1982) from 1858 to 2000.

 

John Hagen

£4.50 plus P/P in the UK £1.50

Wellington School Chapel

 

Compiled by David Horwood with contributions from L Isaac and J Bradnock.

£1.00 plus P/P in the UK £1.00

Fox's Mill - More than 200 Years

Fox Brothers roots were as a cottage industry in the eighteenth century and they still produce high quality cloth today for such as Savile Row.

John Hagen and Michael P Fox (2000)

OUT OF STOCK

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Quaker Homespun

 

The life of Thomas Fox, serge maker and banker 1747-1821

Hubert Fox

£4.00

plus P/P in the UK £1.50

Wellington and the Civil War

 

Murder, mutiny and the destruction of Sir John Popham's House.

 

Gordon Woodbury (2nd edition with additional material 2011. edited by Colin Spackman)

 

£2.00 plus P/P in the UK £1.00

A mini-history of Wellington School

 

A history of the well-known Wellington School, which took its first pupils in 1837 and continues today.

Leonard Isaac

 

£4.00 plus P/P in the UK £1.50