The following is a complete list of published work in History

ARTICLES:

Armstrong Gibbs. (This England, Spring 2012). This article, originally written in 2005, discusses the important contribution this gifted composer made to the birth of a new era in British music.

A Chepping Story of High Wycombe. (Buckinghamshire Countryside, July/August 2007). This article discusses the origins of the south Buckinghamshire town of High Wycombe - it's name, location and identity.

The Chapel of Mr Keach. (Buckinghamshire Countryside, July/August 2007). This article written by my good friend Alan Harrup, was proofed by me and used my photographs with permission.

On the 'Upper Icknield Way with Thomas.' (Buckinghamshire Countryside, July / August 2007). Written under my pseusdonym Fiona Shane. This article tracks the monumental walk by Edward Thomas in 1911 along the Icknield Way. The article picks up the Buckinghamshire section of the walk. Thomas published his book 'The Icknield Way' in 1913. My photographs are used.

The Last Great Edwardian. (Hertfordshire Countryside, March 2007). In the summer of 2001, I visited Shaw's Corner in the village of Ayot St Lawrence - the home of George Bernard Shaw, the last of the great Edwardians. The article published was revised in 2007 from its original draft and features my photographs.

The Return of the Village. (Buckinghamshire Countryside, January / February 2007). With the opening of the new A41 Aston Clinton bypass near Aylesbury, this article takes a fresh look at Aston Clinton as it returns to being a quaint Village. My photographs are used.

Steeple Claydon Revisited. (Buckinghamshire Countryside, May / June 2006). South of Buckingham, there is a collection of hamlets called The Claydons. The largest of the hamlets is Steeple Claydon, which was my home from 2001 to 2005. This article looks at the Steeple Claydon's history. My photographs are used.

Northampton: Heritage at its heart. (The Four Shires, April 2004). A look at the origins and history of Northampton ahead of Heritage Week 2004.

Steeple Claydon: A Walk through Community History. (The Four Shires, November 2003). A stroll through Steeple Claydon in Buckinghamshire is a stroll through English history. Steeple Claydon was my home from 2001 to 2005. My photographs are used.      

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