Contributors publish their research on aspects of local history; has been produced annually since 1992.
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Bill Treen's book on Dave Wathen, "From a Monday Morning to a Gas Man Came to Call" is now available digitally, click on PDF to access.
Tewkesbury's War Hospitals
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The History of Tewkesbury’s War Hospitals, 1914-1918‘Alien Duties for the Privileged’?
by John Dixon, MPhil., with Research assisted by Linda Kean-Price.
Digital Bulletin Articles
Individual articles from Bulletins 2 to 27 and Bulletin 1 (2nd edition).
Tewkesbury's Two Forgotten Railways!
With the support of THS, John Dixon has published his labour of love – Tewkesbury’s Two Forgotten
Railways – along with a reissue of Roger Butwell's2011 commemoration dvd.
Fuelled by Milk
Fuelled by Milk is a new publication (2017), that not only replaces Harry Workman's memoirs vols 1 & 2, but also adds a new chapter written by Roger Workman, celebrating the 80th anniversary of Cotswold Dairy.
A Noble Band of Heroes
A history of all those from Tewkesbury who lost their lives because of the 'Great War'.
Illustrated anthology celebrating the history of Tewkesbury through literature associated with the town. (Out of print - digital copy only available)
By John Dixon & Toby Clempson, Doddo Defiled, the controversial history of the re-development of Tewkesbury’s Upper High Street. (Out of print - but see Then & Now volume V)
Then and Now
Anthology of articles published in Tewkesbury Direct newspaper. Then & Now Volume V follows the same format as previous volumes but concentrates on the history of the High Street shopping centre (the 'Kremlin').
Never Has So Much ...
By John Dixon, “Never has so much been owed ...”. A memorial to those of Tewkesbury and district who lost their lives in World War II.
A combined book and CD-ROM: Anthony Skelsey, History of Tewkesbury Municipal Cemetery and Mike English, Cemetery Database (contains burial records 1857-1962; cemetery burial plots; Bennett's list of cholera victims).
History of Tewkesbury’s War Memorial.
Goodbye Mr. Harrison
By Sam Eedle, an account of the life of Arthur Harrison, a teacher in Tewkesbury killed in World War I.
1st Railway Station
A short history of the First Railway Station in the High Street. (Out of print - digital copy only available)
Historical Briefing Documents
HBD1: The Crescent HBD2: Spring Gardens HBD3: The Hop Pole Hotel Out of print, but can be made available by emailing John Dixon on firstname.lastname@example.org