WORLINGWORTH PAST AND PRESENT in PHOTOGRAPHS £8.99
A book of photographs of the parish – buildings and people – from 1860 to the present.
WORLINGWORTH’S FALLEN 1914-1918 £9.99
A series of short biographies on the twenty men named on the war memorial who gave their
lives during the Great War, lavishly illustrated with colour photographs.
WORLINGWORTH PAST AND PRESENT in PHOTOGRAPHS VOLUME TWO
A second volume of photographs of the parish – from 1860 to the present.
ST. MARY’S CHURCH HISTORY £3
A booklet detailing the church’s history, its interesting features and unique artefacts. Originally
written by Roy Tricker and updated by Geoff Robinson.
MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS OF ST. MARY’S CHURCH £2.50
A booklet containing many of the memorial inscription verses from headstones in the churchyard
with some brief biographical notes about the families involved.
MEMORIES OF WORLINGWORTH by RUSSELL J. CATLING £2
The hand-written memories of his childhood and youth living in Worlingworth in the 1930s,
condensed into booklet form. His father was Samuel Catling, the saddler and harness maker
near the church. A fascinating and amusing read.
Enquiries to Geoff Robinson 628768 or Rosemary Ingate 628493.
The London Underground summer quiz results
The WLHG Underground quiz, which raised funds for the History group, was won by Marcia Pryke of Kesgrave, Ipswich. She correctly answered all fifty questions and was "drawn from a hat", there being eight other all-correct entries, including Jenny Wilkinson and Juliet Pierce.
A Christmas quiz will be on sale for £2 at St Mary's Xmas Tree Festival. This will be based around "Children's TV programmes" and once again there will be fifty cryptic clues to solve to identify those old (and not so old) favourites.
A photographic history of Worlingworth from the 1860s to the present day.
WORLINGWORTH’S FALLEN 1914-1918
The stories of the twenty men of Worlingworth who fell during the Great War. Price £9.99
Available from Rosemary Ingate (628493), Geoffrey Robinson (628768) or Victoria’s Bookshop, Market Hill, Framlingham.
MEMORIES OF WORLINGWORTH by Russell John Catling
A 40 page A5 booklet, with illustrations, of one man’s memories of the village of his youth in the 1930s. Russell lived with his parents at the harness-makers near the church and in his writings he describes some of the places, customs and characters that he knew in those early years of his life. This is a lovely piece of Worlingworth history and it is available from Geoffrey at a cost of £2. Limited availability.