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Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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Gift ideas for book-lovers

*  The latest edition of The Bromsgrove Rousler, the popular local history magazine published by the Bromsgrove Society, is now available. The 2019 edition...
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Tale of a shameful conquest

Village Book Review The Trials of Eldred Pottinger: Soldier, Spy, Hero. . . Coward? by Nigel Hastilow Journalist and former Barnt Green resident Nigel Hastilow has created...
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Town festival brings culture to everyone

Now in its 59th year, the Bromsgrove Festival offers its usual wide-ranging programme of events for all. The Festival kicks off on the evening of...
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Tales of mice and men

Four very different books form the latest offering from Rednal author Jack Walsh. His latest novel, Blood!, is a juicy and chilling tale of revenge...
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Tricky politics of trade war

Village Book Review Southern Thunder: The Royal Navy and the Scandinavian Trade in World War One   by Steve R Dunn This is Steve Dunn’s seventh...
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Imagination & illustration

Bromsgrove artist Richard McIlwraith meets local poet and illustrator Penny Turner.Head to The Jinney Ring Craft Centre and seek out a small ground floor...
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Battle for the North Sea

Barnt Green author Steve Dunn has written a seventh naval history book, this time focusing on the role of Scandinavia in the battle for the...
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A mine of information

Aston Fields author and mineralogist Roy Starkey has produced a beautifully-illustrated book exploring important mineral deposits in the surrounding area. Aimed at the general reader...
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Tales of historic Hanbury

The 2018 edition of The Bromsgrove Rousler, the popular local history magazine, has been published by The Bromsgrove Society. Hanbury gets lead billing this year....
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A new chapter for Sue

Oakalls author Sue Watson has branched out from romantic comedy fiction with her latest novel, a dark and twisted psychological thriller. Sue tells us that...