The FYLDE HISTORY NETWORK

OCTOBER  2017

 

LOCAL PUBLICATIONS

 

‘History of Freckleton Church of England Primary School’

By Peter Shakeshaft

Scotforth Books  Published 2014   ISBN 978-1-909817-11-1

 

History of St Paul’s Church Warton

 by Peter Shakeshaft

Scotforth Books  2013    ISBN 978-1-904244-96-7  Price £6.95

 

History of Holy Trinity Freckleton  

by Peter Shakeshaft  

Published by Scotforth Books, 2012

ISBN 13: 978-1-904244-78-3    Price £4.50

 

The History of Freckleton

by Peter Shakeshaft   

Carnegie Publishing Ltd 2001    ISBN 1-85936-084-X

 

St Anne’s on the Sea - A History

by Peter Shakeshaft      

Carnegie Publishing Ltd 2008      ISBN 978-1-85936-159-7  Hbk       

ISBN 978-1-85936-182-5    Sbk  

 

Poulton-le-Fylde - History and Guide

 By Christine Storey   

Tempus  2001    ISBN 0752424424

 

Portrait of Poulton

  by Christine Storey  

Landy Publishing 2008      ISBN 978-1-872895-73-4

 

Poulton-le-Fylde Through Time

 By Christine Storey   

Amberley Publishing 2012      ISBN 978-1-4456-0924-9

 

History of the Catholic Church of St. John the Evangelist, Poulton-le-Fylde

Christine Storey,  privately published. 1987

 

 

 

POULTON-LE-FYLDE  - A READING LIST

 

Compiled by Brian Williams  of Poulton-le-Fylde Historical & Civic Society

 

Anderson,   A.  The History of the Methodist Church, Poulton-le-Fylde. 1991 Privately published

 

Barraclough D  Prehistoric Lancashire 2008 History Press (formerly Tempus Books) ISBN 9780752447087

 

Dewhurst, D.  Poulton-le-Fylde in Old Picture Postcards. European Library. 1993. ISBN 9028831878

 

Fishwick, H.  A History of the Parish of Poulton-le-Fylde. Chetham Society, Vol.8 - New Series. 1885

 

Foster, D.  Poulton-le-Fylde: a nineteenth century market town. In: Transactions of the HSLC Vol. 127. 1978

 

Fox, P.  Poulton-le-Fylde Parish Church: a short history and guide. P.Fox. CUP 1986. ISBN 0950591807

 

Keenlyside, A.   The River Wyre Estuary. Privately published 2002

 

Pagett, A.G.   History of Baines' Grammar School. Privately published. 1928

 

Porter, J.  The History of the Fylde of Lancashire. 1876 Reprinted by SR Publishers, 1968. ISBN 0854095322

 

Robinson W.  The Registers of the Parish Church of Poulton-le-Fylde, 1591-1677. Lancashire Parish Register Society. 1904

 

Rothwell, C.  Around Poulton-le-Fylde in Old Photographs. Sutton. 1995. ISBN 0750911530

 

Rothwell, C.  Poulton-le-Fylde in Times Past. Countryside Publications. Nd. ISBN 0861572998

 

Rothwell, C  Poulton, Thornton and Bispham. Sutton. 2002. ISBN 0750929529

 

Thornber, W.  The History of Blackpool and its Neighbourhood. 1837. Reprinted by Blackpool And Fylde Historical Society. 1985

 

Wiseman, D.  Poulton-le-Fylde in Bygone Days. Countryside Publications. 1981. ISBN 0861570502

 

Wiseman, D.  Poulton-le-Fylde Once Upon a Time. D.Wiseman. 1979.

 

 

 

SCOTFORTH BOOKS

 

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At Scotforth Books, we’ve been helping authors since 1984 and have expertise in all aspects of publishing, including editing, proofreading, page and cover design, printing, binding, sales and marketing. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know anything at all about publishing, we guide you through the whole process, but in a way which always leaves you in the driving seat, making all the decisions along the way.”

http://www.scotforthbooks.com

 

 

 

YOUCAXTON PUBLICATIONS

 

 

Reader’s copies.

We’re offering a new, low-cost printing service which may be of interest to members of Fylde History Network engaged in research towards a book

 

We can now produce bound paperback copies directly from authors’ Word files. These simple, unedited paperbacks are perfect for circulation among an author’s circle at an early stage. Such early criticism can be very useful to an author and is likely to come from different perspectives – structure, argument, grammar, factual accuracy – and once a book is in a bound, printed form it’s far easier for any readers (and the author) to view the work objectively as a finished product.

 

How much does it cost?

There is a standard fee of £50 which includes the preparation of the files and the printer upload charge.

 

Thereafter, the cost of printing the books is calculated at 70p plus 1p per page.

 

So for example, to print 10 reader’s copies of a book of 200 pages the cost would be:

Setup fee: £50

Printing cost: £27

Plus delivery at cost.

(This assumes that the book is A5 or smaller and Black/White. Colour books and large-format books would be slightly more expensive.)

 

If anyone is interested, please send a Word file of your book as an email attachment, and we’ll contact you to explain the process and answer any questions you may have - or let us know if you need more information.

For more details: http://www.youcaxton.co.uk/readers-copies

 

We have recently published Medieval Weymouth, Growth and Decline by James Crump, Was it Yesterday by A. M. Bown, and George Butterworth, Memorial Volume edited by Wayne Smith. We continue to specialise in well-researched books by self-published authors and have several further titles on hand for later in the year. We would be very interested to hear from any members of Fylde History Network who have projects of this nature in hand.

 

Medieval Weymouth, Growth and Decline examines the parallel histories of the twin towns of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis from the eleventh century to the end of the sixteenth, charting their rise and subsequent decline.

 

www.youcaxton.co.uk/medieval-weymouth/

Was it Yesterday is a fictionalised first-hand account of the author’s experiences during World War I. A. M. Bown, an Oxford scholar and then an artillery subaltern, was twice wounded and won the Military Cross for bravery. His account was first reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement and this is a new edition.

 

http://www.youcaxton.co.uk/wasityesterday/

George Butterworth, Memorial Volume is the first publication of a book of recollections compiled and circulated by Butterworth’s father in 2018. It contains tributes by Vaughan Williams among others. Butterworth was killed at the Battle of the Somme in 1916.

 

www.youcaxton.co.uk/george-butterworth/