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Hello and welcom
e to the Logaston Press website. Logaston Press publishes books about the history, archaeology, architecture and people of the areas around or linked to the Welsh border, including Herefordshire, Shropshire and the Welsh Marches, South Wales, Worcestershire and the Black Country, and Gloucestershire. The first Logaston Press book was published by Andy Johnson in 1985 and since then he produced more than 340 titles, over 100 of which are currently in print. The Press is now run by Richard and Su Wheeler.

New for 2018

River Voices: Extraordinary Stories from the Wye, by Marsha O'Mahony

Ethelbert: King & Martyr - Hereford's Patron Saint, edited by Michael Tavinor

Merrily's Border NEW EDITION, by Phil Rickman (with new chapters covering his latest Merrily Watkins novels)

Severn, by Richard Hayman [reprint]

The Bridgnorth Infirmary: Philanthropy, Prejudices and Patients, 1832–1948, by Gillian Waugh Pead

Mistress Blanche, Queen Elizabeth I's Confidante NEW EDITION, by Ruth Elizabeth Richardson

Wilfred Owen's Shrewsbury: from the Severn to Poetry and War, by Helen McPhail

Iolo's Revenge: Sheep Farming by Happy Accident in Mid-Wales, by Diana Ashworth

The Folk-lore of Herefordshire, by Ella Mary Leather with a biography by John Simons

Hereford Cathedral School: A history over 800 years, by Howard Tomlinson

Ludlow Castle, edited by Andy Johnson & Ron Shoesmith

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Forthcoming 2019

Herefordshire's Home Front in the Second World War, by Bill Laws

The Lead, Copper and Barytes Mines of south Shropshire, by Michael Shaw [REPRINT]

Walking the Old Ways of South Shropshire, by Andy & Karen Johnson

The Scudamores, by Heather Hurley

The Elan Valley, by D. Brown

Herefordshire Landscapes, by Keith Ray

The Timber-framed Buildings of Herefordshire, by Duncan James

The Ludlow Heraldic Roll, by Philip Hume

The Story of Ludford House near Ludlow, by Ralph Beardmore

Forthcoming 2020

Marcher Lords (3 volumes covering all the Marches), by Philip Hume