Back Issues are available and can be purchased from the Museum: photocopies are usually available if any issue is out of print.
Please come into the Museum during normal opening hours, or send your enquiries to
Dick Graham at c/o Radstock Museum, Waterloo Road, Radstock, BA3 3EP. or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Issues of Five Arches published in 2014
Issue 81; available for £3.50
• A History of the Great War, Pt.2: Christmas on the Western Front – William Peacock.
• Mining the Past: one man’s story, Pt.2 – Tony Evans.
• The Midsomer Norton Piano Accordion Band, Pt.3: up and down to the 21st anniversary – Peter Barter and Clifford Green.
• The Church Rambles, Pt.2: St Mary the Virgin, Emborough – Julie Dexter.
• A family perspective on the Somerset Coalfield, Pt.6: A wartime education – John Smith.
• A century of farming at White Ox Mead, Pt.2 – Geoffrey Pike.
• Celebration Carnival, Pt.1: the origins of a local tradition – Tom Randall
Issue 80; available for £3.50
•Miners’ Perils – A Coleford miner.
•A century of farming at White Ox Mead – Geoffrey Pike.
•A history of the Great War, Pt.1: for King and Country – William Peacock.
•Before the lamps went out.
•The Church Rambles, Pt.1: St James’s Church, Camely – Julie Dexter.
•The 8:45 from Hallatrow.
•A family perspective on the Somerset Coalfield, Pt.5: A wartime childhood – J.E. Smith.
•Coal from Camerton: Book review.
•The Midsomer Norton Piano Accordion Band, Pt.2: Post-war gold years – Peter Barter.
•Mining the Past: one man’s story – Tony Evans.
Issue 79; available for £3.50
•The mystery of the watch and the military medal
•A marriage made in heaven – Julie Dexter
•Introducing William John Peacock – Keith Trivett
•Rambling the Somerset Coalfield – Dennis Chedgy
•A Family Perspective on the Somerset Coalfield Pt4: Married Life – John E. Smith
•Tragedy at Chilcompton – Kim Gay
•More Memories of Growing Up at Terry Hill – Terence Lovell
•Who was Jack o’ Lent – Tom Randall
•The Midsomer Norton Piano Accordion Band; Pt1 Making Music – Pete Barter
•A mystery from the V&A – Julie Dexter
Issues of Five Arches published in 2013
Issue 78; available for £3.50
•The Somerset Miners, Association archive at Bristol University – Julia Richardson
•Henry Witcombe: Remembering His Part in the Great War – Steve Biggs
•Colliery Boy to Transport Pioneer – Gill Hogarth
•A second ramble round Clutton, Pt2- Lena Church
•A Family Perspective on the Somerset Coalfield Pt3: Margaret Ann Smith nee Davies – John E. Smith
•Public Health in North Somerset: The Cholera Outbreak of 1832 & 1849 Pt3 – Jenny Attwood
•Growing Up at Terry Hill – Terence Lovell
Issue 77: available for £3.50
•A local tragedy: remembering the Downside Boys – Inger Fleischer
•Town, Manor and alternative society, Pt 1 – Dr Jonathan West
•Children of the Pits – Wendy Walker
•Mining the Past
•A second ramble round Clutton – Lena Church
•A Family Perspective on the Somerset Coalfield Pt2: from Prattens to Edgells – John E. Smith
•Public Health in North Somerset: The Cholera Outbreak of 1832 & 1849 Pt2 – Jenny Attwood
•Children’s Toys in the Somerset Coalfields – Keith Trivett
Issue 76 : available for £3.50
•A Family Perspective on the Somerset Coalfield Pt1 – John E. Smith
•Rambling with the Moore Family: A Writhlington Connection – Dennis Chedgy
•Forty Years On – celebrating our mining heritage
•Thomas Edmund Keeling – Brian Dyer
•Learning the Language – a Glossary on mining terms
•Fussell’s Trial Balance Lock: A boat lift near Mells – Derrick Hunt & Adrian Tuddenham
•Public Health in North Somerset: The Cholera Outbreak of 1832 & 1849 Pt1 – Jenny Attwood
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