Issue 94: Summer 2019. Available from the Museum shop for £4.00

• Celebrating the Museum: 20 years on. Nick Hall.

• The passing of a local legend: Alex Hann. Bryn Hawkins.

• Purnells: a missing link. Beth Quigan.

• Oliver Brooks V.C. in the Second World War. Derek Hunt.

• Memories of Oliver Brooks. Col.  Brian Thatcher.

• David Fisher’s steam sketches.

• Intrigue in Somerset in the eighteenth century. J.E. Smith

• New Rock: evacuating a colliery. John Gibson.

• Rambling back in time: the scene of the crime………….. Dennis Chedgy.

• The brief coalfield reign of Percy Hurd, M.P. Keith Trivett

• Poor law cads and bounders. Trisha Heckbert.

• Walter Sylvester: the miner’s friend. Barry Maule.

• Understanding the past: remembering one man’s contribution. Julie Dexter and Dennis Chedgy.

• From the Museum Society collection.


Issue 93: Spring 2019. Available from the Museum shop for £4.00

Five Arches bids a fond farewell to old friends

‘Miss Collinson of Clutton’ – Letty Ada Collinson: an enigmatic pioneer photographer. Eric Brain

10 North Road, Midsomer Norton. David Shearn

A royal visitor: H.R.H. The Countess of Wessex

The GWR level-crossing signal box at Radstock. Duncan Harper

The Rambling men…………. Editor

Talking history: the strengths and weaknesses of oral history. Trisha Heckbert

Suffrage and Socialism, Pt 3: Kathleen May ‘Kay’ Beauchamp. Tom Randall.

Peace in the Coalfield: the aftermath of war. Keith Trivett

Jesse Lovell – a remarkable man. Austin Parsons

The ending of church rates.

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