Friday, 30 May 2014

New Book out today on the church in Hardres Street Ramsgate

The book is called “A Chronicle Celebrating the Bi-centenary of "The Church on the corner of Hardres Street" 1811 – 2011” and is by David Richards who is the author of two other books I publish “Ramsgate August 1940” see http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/catalogue/id130.htm and “Ramsgate All Change -

This book was first published by the church in 2011 as A4 sheets and a plastic binder, this new edition has been published as one of the A5 booklets which we sell in my bookshop and on the internet, if you want to buy it online (post free in the UK) here is the link http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/catalogue/a_chronicle.htm

The church was Ramsgate’s Methodist church and is now called Hardres Street United Church which is a local ecumenical partnership that includes the United Reformed Church.

Still on the subject of local books I have just run out of the new Dreamland book “Dreamland Revived” and won’t get delivery of more copies until tomorrow morning.  

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