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by Mr John E Bullock,Donald Bullock

Author: Mr John E Bullock,Donald Bullock
Subcategory: Historical
Language: English
Publisher: Wheatley Press (January 23, 2012)
Pages: 140 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.4
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The ancient parish of Clapham was peopled by a unique and long established community with a fiercely beating heart of its own - until the City fathers decided to destroy it. In The Legend That Was Clapham.

John E. Bullock (Illustrator). A book that needed writing. Clapham was a paradise. The ancient parish of Clapham in Gloucester was peopled by a unique and long established community with a fiercely beating heart of its own - until the City fathers decided to destroy it. In The Legend That Was Clapham, Donald Bullock describes its creation, its characters, its delightful way of life, and the tragedy of its destruction. Its needless destruction was wicked.

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The ancient parish of Clapham was peopled by a unique and long established community with a fiercely beating heart of its own - until the City fathers decided to destroy it. In The Legend That Was Clapham, Donald Bullock describes its creation, its characters, its delightful way of life, and the tragedy of its destruction. He paints scenes and happenings that are, by today’s standards, scarcely credible. It is a tragically sad, uproariously funny, and immensely soul-searching story of a wonderful and unique culture that was wantonly and thoughtlessly destroyed by a set of misguided do-gooders. "A book that needed writing. Clapham was a paradise. Its needless destruction was wicked. People should know." - Jim Clements "Terrible. They wantonly destroyed a community - a unique culture. Thank heavens it's all been put on record." - Jennifer Davies "At last only my Dad's shop was left. He wouldn't go. They fetched me to get him out. I found him crying at his counter. They began to batter the walls and I led him out peppered in debris. He was soon dead of a broken heart..." - Betty Dix "Moving and absorbing. I can't wait for the author's 'Hovels and Haydust' " - Wendy Lambert