Aylesbury: A personal memoir
by William (‘Bill’) Mead
‘This is a brief chronicle of Aylesbury as it appeared in the middle 1920s in my early schooldays. It is a view of the town and surrounding countryside compiled from what might be called ‘‘naive knowledge’’ unwittingly observed. There is no accounting for the things that stick in the mind and those that are forgotten.
‘Aylesbury had a population of about 12,000. It was located upon a hill... except when coming from Bierton, its inclines made the elderly puff and caused the syclists to stretch their muscles. Within the town, all references to direction were given in terms of ‘‘up’’ and ‘‘down’’... Everything about the town was on a small scale...’
92 pages, hardback, with 23 illustrations.
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