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PUBLICATIONS We   have   a   number   of   booklets   for   sale   at   £2.50   each   and   hope   to   add   to   these   over   time.      The   ‘buy’   link   below   will   take   you   to   an   order form   where   you   can   select   the   publication(s)   you   would   like.      Once   payment   has   been   received,   either   by   bank   transfer   or   cheque,   your order will be delivered to you.  If   you   would   prefer   a   pdf   rather   than   printed   copy,   select   ‘pdf’   on   the   order   form   and   the   document   will   be   sent   to   you   by   email.      The   pdf format is £1.50.
BUY BUY More Principal Buildings Contents:  Barnett Hill, Chinthurst Hill, Chinthurst Lodge, The Cottage on the Platt, Lawnsmead, Little Tangley, Old Forge Cottage, Robins Oak, St John’s Seminary, Tankards, Timbrells and Woodyers Farm. Illustrations by Margaret Palmer Principal Buildings Contents:  The Dower House, Grantley Arms, Great Tangley Manor, Green Place, Lostiford House, The Mill House, The Old House, The Old Vicarage, Parish Church of St John the Baptist, United Reform Church, Wonersh Village Club and Woodyers. Illustrations by Margaret Palmer Our Village A history of Wonersh written and compiled in August 1973 by Anthony Fanshawe. llustrations by Gareth Floyd Four Families in Wonersh & Bramley The Carrills, the Nortons (later the Grantleys), the Sparkes and the Courages. Compiled by Wonersh History Society and Bramley History Society. Publish by WHS 1997 The Colebrook Family The story of the Colebrooks of Great Tangley Manor Farm, a family of nonconformists who started Sunday services in their kitchen and later built the United Reformed Church in Wonersh. Written by Jean-Paul Marix-Evans. Published 2017