PUBLICATIONS ABOUT THE HISTORY OF THE MALPAS AREA

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PUBLICATIONS BY DAVID HAYNS ABOUT THE HISTORY OF THE MALPAS AREA

The following publications are still in print and may be purchased directly from:
David Hayns, Stoke Cottage, Church Street, Malpas, Cheshire SY14 8PD
Email: davidhayns.123@btinternet.com Tel: 01948 860486

Cheques payable to 'David Hayns' please.

If ordering by post, please add postage (UK only) as follows: For one publication add £1.50; for two publications add £2.00; for three publications add £2.50.

For four or more publications, on the same order, postage is free.

David has been researching the history of Malpas and south Cheshire for over fifty years.

He has published many articles in national and local journals, magazines and newspapers, and given numerous talks to national and local organisations.

From 1982 to 1985 he was employed as the first National Field Officer of the British Association for Local History.

You can view details of all publications HERE

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