CHELTENHAM IN THE GREAT WAR by Neela Mann

What did the people in Cheltenham do during World War I, how did they cope and what was happening here?
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CHELTENHAM REVEALED ‘The Town and Tithing’ Plan c. 1800 Carolyn Greet and James Hodsdon

This publication, with twenty comprehensively annotated maps, brings to wider attention a hitherto overlooked large-scale survey of our town at the end of the 18th century. At a scale of 20 inches to the mile (about 1: 3200) it shows public and private premises, gardens, orchards and arable and pasture fields.

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THE CHRONOLOGY SERIES

A Series of Chronologies on aspects of life in Cheltenham has been compiled by members of CLHS and illustrated and edited by Jill Waller.

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Trade and Industry in Cheltenham NEW updated 2022 edition

Sickness and Health in Cheltenham 2003 – Reprinted 2014

Crime and Conflict in Cheltenham 2004 – Reprinted 2013

Sport in Cheltenham – 2006

Nonconformity and Dissent in Cheltenham – 2007

Cheltenham’s Literary Connections – 2008

Housing the Poor – 2009

Workers’ Movements in Cheltenham – 2010

VCH PAPERBACK CHELTENHAM BEFORE THE SPA by Beth Hartland and Alex Craven

The familiar image of Cheltenham, a large and prosperous former spa town, world-famous on account of its Georgian and Regency architecture, its festivals and educational establishments, masks an earlier history. Although numerous descriptions of the town have been published, most say little about the centuries before the 1740s, when it began to develop into a fashionable resort. This is the fullest account ever attempted to chronicle those centuries, from the late Saxon period until the 18th century. In this period Cheltenham developed into a successful small town, ranged along a single main street, with a market and trades serving not only its own needs but also those of the surrounding countryside. This new study draws on a range of documentary sources preserved in local and national archives, many of them never examined in detail before. It therefore helps to explain the foundations upon which present-day Cheltenham was constructed.

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