Federation of Old Cornwall Societies

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SHOP 1...Shop One...SHOP 1...Shop One..

A beautifully produced and lavishly illustrated record of the development and continued growth of one of Cornwall's unsung engineering heroes, the innovative agricultural machinery manufacturer and family company, Teagles of Blackwater, Truro.
[TEAGLE] REFLECTIONS ON 75+ YEARS OF TEAGLE MACHINERY by Fred Teagle and Tony Mansell
A collection of first-hand accounts of working at surface in the mines and quarries of Cornwall.
VOICES FROM THE DRESSING FLOORS by Lynne Mayers
Subtitled "The changing pace of Cornish agriculture 1800-2000", this profusely-illustrated volume covers a wide selection of aspects of life in the farming world over a long period of time.
THE WAY WE WERE IN A BYGONE ERA by Alison Corey Penaluna
The moving sequel to her widely-praised first volume of autobiography ' A Grain of Sand', begins in the 1920s.
WITH MAGIC IN MY EYES, A CORNISH CHRONICLE by Erma Harvey James

 

 

          PLEASE NOTE - This website has TWO shops -

 

 

                               

 

 

 

 

Shop Two includes over 70 more items of interest.

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to go to Shop Two website for more information.

 

 The latest 'Old Cornwall' journal,      

 vol 15, no 10 Spring 2020     Click picture  

 

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Many of the books in both shops have been written by 'Old Cornwall' members.

Shop One contains around 150 non-fiction books on a wide variety of Cornish subjects.

The first pages list books concerning individual places listed in A-Z order of place.

These are followed by other works in A-Z order by title.

So you think you know Par?

 

Take a circular walk about the town to discover some surprising facts

with the help of this book, published to mark the 70th anniversary of the

Par Old Cornwall Society this year.    

 

Click on the cover image to shop for your copy.

Kenewgh! Sing!

 

Which is your favourite Cornish song?

 

 Do you know all the words?  In Cornish and English?

 There's a very good chance that it will be in this new collection of

 24 songs which the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies has just                   published. The melodies are also provided.            

 

 

Click on the cover image to shop for your copy.

OC 15, 10 Spring 2020 Par