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Historian presents new book on life in Long Melford during First World War to village library




Long Melford Library manager Andrea Norman was presented a copy of Long Melford and the Great War – The Stories of a Thousand Lives, by the book's author, local historian David Gevaux, and Long Melford Heritage Centre founder John Nunn. Contributed picture. (9430665)
Long Melford Library manager Andrea Norman was presented a copy of Long Melford and the Great War – The Stories of a Thousand Lives, by the book's author, local historian David Gevaux, and Long Melford Heritage Centre founder John Nunn. Contributed picture. (9430665)

A new book, which aims to give fresh insight into life in Long Melford during the First World War, is now available from the village library.

Long Melford Library manager Andrea Norman was presented a copy of Long Melford and the Great War – The Stories of a Thousand Lives on Friday, by its author, local historian David Gevaux, and Long Melford Heritage Centre founder John Nunn.

Financed with a £1,000 grant from Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme, it contains stories compiled from war service records, diaries, census returns and military tribunal reports.



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