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Hello and welcom
e to the Logaston Press website. Logaston is a hamlet in north Herefordshire, close to the border between England and Wales, and we live here and publish books about the history, archaeology, architecture and people of this area of Britain, including Herefordshire, Shropshire and the Welsh Marches, South Wales, Worcestershire and the Black Country, and Gloucestershire. The first Logaston Press book was published in 1985 and since then we've produced more than 250 titles, over 100 of which are at present in print. Here you'll find details of our catalogue arranged by region. Do also have a look at the selection of books now available at reduced prices. You can order books directly from this website - just click on the Paypal buttons next to the books you'd like to order. (If ordering from overseas, please select airmail or surface mail.) If you'd like us to send you a printed catalogue, want to place an order by sending a cheque, or have any questions, please contact us by phone, letter or email. Also, if you have any problems ordering via this website, please let us know.

Ruth Richardson's Mistress Blanche is now out of print, but it's possible to order a printed copy (though without the illustrations section) via www.lulu.com - see http://www.lulu.com/shop/ruth-elizabeth-richardson/mistress-blanche-queen-elizabeth-is-confidante/paperback/product-20538294.html

Our forthcoming titles for autumn 2017 include:

Poems and Paintings of Herefordshire and the neighbouring Marches, selected by Jonathan Lumby

A History of Lyonshall from Prehistory to 1850, by Sarah & John Zaluckyj

The Story of Dilwyn, by Tony Hobbs & Andrew Stirling-Brown

Eardisley’s Early History and the story of The Baskervilles, edited by Malcolm Mason

Click here to order or to see details.

We have also taken the liberty of publishing a book about 'what we did on our holidays':

Travelling the Old Ways of Persia: An Iran Travel Diary 2016
, by Andy and Karen Johnson

To find out more, or order the book, click here.