Images of Wickham
A collection of historic views of Wickham including The Square and Bridge Street, recognisable buildings such as Chesapeake Mill and The Barracks, along with day to day scenes of village life, local businesses and celebrations.
Published in 2020 to celebrate the Society’s 60th anniversary, Images of Wickham is full of fascinating photographs, which draw you into the life of Wickham in days gone by. This eye-catching coffee table book is guaranteed to get people talking. This is an ideal gift for friends and family who live locally – and those from Wickham who now reside further afield.
Priced at £5:00 – FREE local delivery or add £1.50 for postage.
The Guide to Historic Wickham 2nd Edition
This 48-page colour booklet provides details on many of Wickham’s buildings along with information and stories on some of our local inhabitants.
Priced at £3:00 – FREE local delivery or add £1.50 for postage.
This 32-page colour booklet by Mike Hollis places Wickham in the context of the Roman invasion of AD 43 and pulls together the evidence collected from more than twenty different archaeological investigations in Wickham.
Priced at £3:00 – FREE local delivery or add £1.00 for postage.
Special deals available when ordering through Wickham History Society:
Buy all three publications for the discounted price of £9! FREE local delivery or add £2 for postage.
Buy Images of Wickham and EITHER Guide to Historic Wickham OR Roman Wickham for the discounted price of £7! FREE local delivery or add £2 for postage.
All publications can be ordered through our website contact form or by calling Geoff Phillpotts on 01329 833103.
Please enquire re: postage if not covered by above.
Publications are also available to buy at Chesapeake Mill (1st floor), Bridge Street; Warwick Lane (upstairs), The Square, Heming & Co., The Square, and Westlands Farm Shop, Pricketts Hill.