The Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust are
delighted to announce the publication of
The Great War and its impact on a Surrey Village
A nostalgic, poignant and insightful view of Cobham and the surrounding villages during the Great War, with interesting anecdotes and rare photographs. This social history has been combined with a Roll of Honour recognising the local men who died in the service of their country.
The Cobham Remembers book was expected to be available in time for Christmas 2019 but unfortunately, production of the book has been delayed until early January 2020. Copies can be ordered direct from Cobham Heritage at £16.50 per copy plus £3.50 postage & packing for up to 2 books and £7 postage & packing for up to 4 books. Postage & packing is free if collected from one of our Open Meetings. Prepaid orders will also be available postage free if collected from Knight Frank Estate Agents in Cobham. To order please download and complete the order form below and send with a cheque to the address shown on the order form.
The book will also be available in the New Year for £18.99 from:
The Cobham Bookshop, 12A Anyards Road, Cobham KT11 3JE and
Farrants, 15-19 High Street, Cobham, KT11 3DH.
This fascinating hardback book of over 500 pages has been painstakingly researched by the authors Graeme S. R. Austin and David J. Cooke as part of the Cobham Remembers project.