A-Z of Stamford Places-People-History

A-Z of Stamford Places-People-History

£15.99eBook: £12.00
Series: A-Z
Genre: Non-Fiction
ASIN: 1445685299

Explore the fascinating history of Stamford in this fully illustrated A-Z guide to the town's people and places.

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About the Book

Stamford is one of England’s finest stone towns, a happy mix of medieval and Georgian architecture that was untouched by the Industrial Revolution or later large-scale developments. In 1967, it became the country’s first conservation area and in recent years it has become a popular tourist destination for both home and overseas visitors. It has also attracted the attention of filmmakers who have been quick to see its potential as a backdrop for such TV productions as Middlemarchand Pride and Prejudice.

In this new book, local author and historian Christopher Davies takes the reader on a fascinating A–Z tour of the town’s history, through its narrow medieval streets and fascinating jumble of buildings, along the way relating many a tale of the most interesting people and places. Fully illustrated with photographs from the past and present, A–Z of Stamford will appeal to residents and visitors alike.

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About the Author
Christopher Davies

Christopher has been involved in local history research for over forty years, and has studied history at both Leicester and Cambridge universities. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Professionally, he was involved in adult education and training before retirement. He has written a number of local history books and guides. His particular interests lie in seventeenth-century history, but he also has a strong interest in industrial history particularly as it relates to railways and canals. He currently lives in the village of Trevor in North Wales.