• The complete guide to Avebury. Avebury is not Britain’s best known stone circle, but being 14 times the size of Stonehenge and predating it by around 500 years, it is undoubtedly the greatest. “A precise and informative guide to Avebury and its monuments.”
  • There is nowhere else quite like Stonehenge. The fact that no one really knows why it was built and what it was used for makes it the ultimate puzzle. The fascination with it has lasted for centuries and still continues to grow.
  • Written by Eileen Dew, a former employee, with the help of Sally Hendry from Westbury Heritage Society & Westbury Museum, "The Pinnigers" tells the story of the Westbury law firm, Pinniger Finch & Co. and the role it has played in the history of the town. Pinniger Finch is the oldest firm in Westbury and has been an important part of the town for over 200 years. "It has come a long way from those early days of Henry Pinniger working by gas light marking his documents by quills and ink and dealing with everything from gamekeepers' licences to poor relief, courts and councils" said Bill White, senior partner at the firm today. Still a thriving, well-respected legal practice, this book gives a fascinating look into this historic firm and a glimpse into life in Westbury in the 19th century.
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