Life on the Hill, first published in December 2005, and reprinted in 2010: Hardbacked, 252 x 194mm, 144 pages, over 150 photographs and illustrations. This book tells the story of Greenhow village from the earliest times up to the present day. It covers subjects like local life, farming and mining, to name but a few.
- Did you know that the Romans mined lead at Greenhow?
- Did you know that in 1365 the King ordered lead from Greenhow for Windsor?
- Did you know that St Mary’s Church at Greenhow was the highest Parish Church in England?
- Did you know that the villages foundation was due to mining? Indeed it could have been one of the earliest planned villages, developed by Stephen Proctor in the early 17th Century…
Price: £15.00 with free postage to UK destinations
Please contact us for details of postage cost and payment options for overseas destinations
How to order – Please either send a cheque/postal order for £15.00 made payable to “Greenhow Local History Club” or buy a copy online with your credit/debit card.
Greenhow Local History Club
c/o Coldstones Quarry
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If you live outside the UK, please contact us for payment details and shipping costs.
The book is also available to personal callers at Stump Cross Caverns, Greenhow.
Below is a sample of one of the pages from the book.