Kenilworth History 2020
The latest KHAS annual booklet Kenilworth History 2021: Research into Local History is now available, priced £5 or free to members.
Our contributors have been very busy during lockdown. This year’s edition comes in at a weighty 100 pages; roughly twice the length of previous editions.
Kenilworth History 2021 is now available for purchase from Kenilworth Books in Talisman Square (You can order and collect books from the bookshop and they can deliver locally for free or post out if you live further afield). It will also be available from the Abbey Barn museum, when it reopens, and it will be available for purchase at KHAS meetings, when they eventually re-commence.
The content’s of this years edition are as follows:
- Editorial by Chris Blunt
- Chairman’s Report for 2020 by Jan Cooper
- Chronic Cogitation by Norman Stevens
- Sir Walter Scott 2021 by Robin D Leach
- The Griswolds of Killingworth, Connecticut by Chris Blunt
- The Physician, The King, and Kenilworth Castle by Joanna Illingworth
- Jim’s War by Nick Green
- Two Stone Coffins from Kenilworth Abbey: Were They the Founders’? by Harry Sunley
- The new Kenilworth Street-names by Robin D Leach
- The Execution of Piers Gaveston: An Examination of Sources by George Evans-Hulme
- Pondering The ‘Fairy Bridge’ Gap by Chris Blunt
- Studies of Stories by David Brock
- For the Record
- Ringing the Pig by Norman Stevens
- Kenilworth’s Unique Fossil by Chris Blunt
- Stories of Scholars by David Brock
- Obituary: Mark Cary Sedgwick Barnard by Norman Stevens
- Kenilworth in Print by Richard Storey
Kenilworth History on CD – 1981 to 2015
A CD containing every issue of Kenilworth History from 1981 to 2015 (inclusive) is now available. It has on it also a file of all the ‘Tables of Content’, six spreadsheets of those contents sorted by date, author, title, and three subject categories, and one continuous file of all the KHs so that it can subjected to a wordsearch from beginning to end – a really valuable resource for any researcher. The Society is charging £5 a CD, which, if you consider that people in the Town bought over 60 copies of KH2015 alone for £5 from the Bookshop, is incredibly good value for money:
The Siege of Kenilworth – 750th Anniversary Programme
The Siege of Kenilworth – 750th Anniversary Programme is still available from various sources, including Kenilworth Books in Talisman Square:
A Guide to the Historic Town of Kenilworth
Some years ago the Society produced a guidebook covering the historic sites of Kenilworth, which is still available from various sources, including Kenilworth Books in Talisman Square:
A number of pamphlets are available at a nominal fee, as well as books at a discounted rate, at KHAS meetings – see the KHAS programme page for details of where and when these take place.