Those of you present at last night’s extremely well attended KHAS meeting will be aware that Kenilworth History 2019 is now available to members and non-members alike.
This year’s edition is our largest to date, weighing in at 73 pages. Topics are as rich and varied as ever, with contributions from regulars and first time contributors alike. The articles to be found in KH2019 are as follows:
- Editorial by Chris Blunt
- Chairman’s Report by Jan Cooper
- Who is on the Lord’s Side? by Geoff Hilton
- An Original Interpretation of the Material Surviving From Kenilworth Abbey a Norman Stevens’ précis of an article by Malcolm Thurlby
- Resistivity Measurements at Bagot’s Castle by Richard Gillard
- 39 High Street by the Editor
- 3D Reconstruction of Kenilworth Castle by a KHAS member
- H.H. Railton & Ernest Shrimpton by Nick Green
- Monastery Matters by David Brock
- LiDAR – What Lies Beneath? by Chris Blunt
- Pollarding by the Editor
- Robert Eme, Actor by Valerie Whiteman
- For the Record by Norman Stevens
- The Provenance of “Gesta Francorum Et Aliorum Hierosolymitanorum by Henny Denny
- S. Bee’s by Norman Stevens
- Kenilworth Monastery Library Manuscripts by David Brock
- Kenilworth in Print by Richard Storey
Members are entitled to a free copy of ‘Kenilworth History’ worth £6. Membership fees for 2019 remain at £10 per annum per person, or £15 per couple. It’s not too late to join KHAS today and claim your free copy.
Those of you wishing to simply purchase a copy can do so from Kenilworth Books in Talisman Square at the cover price of £6. Make sure you take a look at their extensive Local History section while you are there.
We hope you enjoy the read!