Stroud Green – A History and Five Walks

By John Hinshelwood

Stroud Green – A History and Five Walks is in a new format. The book describes the growth and development of Stroud Green from a wet and marshy wasteland in mediaeval times to the present-day cosmopolitan suburb. 

Stroud Green - A History and Five Walks

The five walks allow exploration of various aspects of the history of the area. The 96-page book includes 36 local views and eight maps.

Book details

Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: HHS (2011)
ISBN: 978-0905794433
RRP: £7.50 + p&p

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About the author

John Hinshelwood lives in Harringay and was HHS Curator & Archivist, 1998-2005. John is a frequent contributor to the HHS Bulletin and spends his time researching and writing on aspects of local history. He is the author of several books. For a number of years he was Secretary of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society (LAMAS) local history committee. As a long-standing member of Hornsey Historical Society, John also runs regular local history surgeries at the Old Schoolhouse.