More history revealed (for free)

We’re making the third volume of our yearly journal Brimington and Tapton Miscellany available to download – for free.

The front cover of the free to download Brimington and Tapton Miscellany 3

Miscellany 3 – for 2010 – was first published in January 2011. It contains articles on:

  • Recreation grounds in Brimington – Alan Sharp
  • Some local sports personalities – Elizabeth Pemberton
  • Farewell Sheepbridge and Brimington Station – Philip Cousins
  • ‘The Peace Window’ at St. Michael & All Angels Church, Brimington – Ann and Keith Noble
  • My memories of Tapton City – Walter Turton
  • An historical note on Tapton City – Philip Cousins
  • Chronicle of local events during 2010 includes extended comments on the Hollingwood lock-house refurbishment; the now demolished Ringwood Centre, Victoria Street, New Brimington and Brockhill Court, Chapel Street.

It’s the third edition we have made available to download. You can access this free edition, as a pdf by clicking on the download button below.

Other free editions can be downloaded by clicking here and looking for the various links.

Incidentally, we hope to have Miscellany 14 published in September 2022, but this won’t be available as a free download for some time. But in the meantime we hope you will enjoy reading this free edition of Miscellany 3.

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