Further items have been added to the small storage area which can be delivered on request.  They are as follows:


  • Patrick Kidd’s – “The Weak Are A Long Time in Politics” – Political sketches from the Brexit Neverendum written by the sharp-witted Times journalist covering the period 11th October 2014 (the election of Douglas Carswell as UKIP’s first MP) to 25th May 2019 (Theresa May’s resignation).  It seems like only yesterday….
  • Vince Cable’s – “The Storm” – The last world economic crisis (2008) explained by the former economics lecturer, Chief Economist for Shell, MP for Twickenham and Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills who turns his attention to the credit crunch, the property bubble, ever-increasing personal debt: some things don’t seem to change….
  • Angela Stead and Hugh MacBride’s – “Siblings Haven – Safe in Wartime Devon” – A sibling memoir of their early years.  Children of prominent journalists, their father drove them away from the potential dangers of London as WW2 loomed depositing them at a boys’ school on the fringes of Dartmoor run by a malevolent aunt.  Compelling portrait of fascinating characters coping with the challenges of everyday life in extraordinary circumstances.
  • Michael Fairless’ – “The Road Mender” and “The Gathering of Brother Hilarius” – Two titles in one volume, both displaying the Christian writer’s love and keen observation of the countryside and the natural world.  The Road Mender is a series of meditations on the road to Heaven, written and completed just before the author’s death and The Gathering is a great lesson in selflessness and sacrifice


  • DVD – Mrs Henderson Presents (age 12 and over) – a musical film telling the true story of Laura Henderson, an eccentric British socialite who opened the Windmill Theatre in London in 1931, starring Dame Judi Dench and Bob Hoskins and introducing the singer Will Young in his first acting role.
  • DVD – Call the Midwife (age 12 and over) – BBC series about a group of nurses midwives working in East End London in the late 1950s and early 1960s.  This first series is based on the memoirs of Jennifer Worth who worked with the Community of St John the Divine, an Anglican religious order, and tackles the “Baby Boom” issues of poverty and post-war immigration.
  • DVD – Casino Royale (age 12 and over) – First film to star Daniel Craig as James Bond.  MI6 operative Bond gains promotion to 00 status by assassinating two targets.  Co-starring Dame Judi Dench reprising her role as M, head of MI6.
  • DVD – Ladies in Lavender (age 12 and over) – Two award winning actresses, Dames Judi Dench and Maggie Smith, star in this evocative heart-warming story set in Cornwall in 1936.  Two sisters discover a castaway on the beach below their house and with the help of a local doctor nurse him back to health.  The presence of the musically talented young man disrupts the peaceful lives of the sisters and the community in which they live.


  • Jigsaw – April Cottage – 1000 pieces – a beautiful thatched country cottage with picturesque garden on the banks of a river populated by swans and mallards.

Contact Debra Thatcher if you would like delivery – 01572 823910 or debrathatcher@hotmail.com