eBook“Froyle, 100 Years of Memories”
collected by Annette Booth

originally published in hardback by The Froyle Archive
and now available as an e-book in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format

ISBN 0 9545460 1 6


What is it about Froyle? We discovered it over forty years ago on a damp, dull, February evening while searching for an affordable house near London, and we are still here. Many others have come to the village intending to stay for just a few years and then move on, but they too are still living in ‘The Village of Saints’. Why? The answer is the people. There is something about the spirit of fellowship that exists in the village that gets to even the most insular of folk. In the last twenty years we have lost our vicarage, our school, our shops, our pub and our Methodist Church and yet the feeling of community has got stronger year by year. This book records the memories of those living today and the writings of those who have long since passed away, illustrated with more than 200 photographs, dating back to the middle of the 19th century. Perhaps in the pages you can discover for yourself just what makes this small village such a special place.

We have now placed the Adobe Acrobat file (pdf) in Downloads, but it is a large file, but you can still purchase the ebook.

To buy your copy, cost £10 (free p&p in the UK), please send a cheque (payable to Annette Booth) to the address below:-

Annette Booth,
Adams Field,
Lower Froyle,
GU34 4LJ