Stuart Delvin - Historian
Winchmore Hill People and Pictures
The first part is a further set of accounts of ‘old timers’ . The second part is a write up of illustrious former inhabitants such as Cliff Richard and the Barclays of banking fame. Between these two sections is a wealth of old photographs. About 200 pages (c. 7 ½” x 11 ½”).
|Winchmore Hill Village 1780 – 1830||Entirely in black and white this liberally illustrated study, of over 250 pages, looks in depth at the old village, making use of research at major libraries like the London Metropolitan Archives (c. 7 ½” x 11 ½”).||£16.00||£1.80||£17.80|
|More Winchmore Hill Lives||This is the 2004 further collection of older peoples’ recollections. About the same size as A Look at Old Winchmore Hill, with colour covers, this photograph (at P15) is of Hoppers Road c1900.||£5.80||£0.45||£6.25|
|A Look at Old Winchmore Hill||Still available, this contains over 60 black and white pages looking back at the area in old photographs, with extensive captions (c. 9 ½” x 6 ½”).||£6.45||£0.40||£6.85|
A History of Winchmore Hill
|Now out of print, this 1989 handy sized book was the first to provide a chronological history of the old village.|
|Winchmore Hill Lives||Now out of print, this 1991 handy sized book was a collection of accounts from older people looking back to the urbanisation of the old village earlier in the 20th century|
|6” x 4” Colour Postcards||Three views – Olde Church Hill (shown), Grovelands and The Green. £0.26 each when ordering a book.||£0.26 ea|
|A Small Tribute to the World Trade Center and New York City||Twenty-six pages of text and pictures, mainly about the WTC. When visiting my mother I took many shots to and from the twin towers (c. 8¼” x 5¼”).||£2.99||£0.20||£3.19|
|The Lion Who Couldn’t Roar||26 pages of whimsy for those with childlike minds - but no visuals I’m afraid (c. 8¼” x 5¾”).||£1.99||£0.20||£2.19|
NB: The last two items do not contain anything about Winchmore Hill.
To order any of the above
Please send a cheque payable to
259 Southbury Road
Please note this is an admin address. No callers.
If the delivery address is within the London Borough of Enfield, then the p. & p. is waived, and you only pay the cover price. (e.g. Winchmore Hill Village 1780-1830 would be just the £16 - for the book, no £1.80p extra.) If you’re ordering postcards too, don’t forget to state your preferred view(s).