The BAHS produces and sells directly and through local outlets a number of publications.
The Glaven Historian is the journal of the The Blakeney Area Historical Society (BAHS).
All Issues except the most recent are now available online, although some of these are only accessible by members. Issues 6 to 9 are now in short supply. Remaining hard copies may be available to purchase from outlets listed below whilst stock lasts. There are currently no plans to reprint Issues 1 to 9 or to provide further CDs of Issues 1 to 5.
The cost of individual journals issues 6 to 11 is £5 from the BAHS; outlets may charge more. Issues 12-17 are £8 for current members or trade and £12 for non-members and from outlets.
If you are a current member of the Society when a new issue is published then you will receive a complimentary copy as a membership benefit.
Members may purchase additional copies at the reduced rates above from the History Centre.
Blakeney in the Eighteenth Century
This ever popular small booklet provides an insight into life in a maritime port. Price £2.50.
Blakeney Point: From the Point to Cley and Salthouse
A publication of the BAHS that is sold in aid of the History Centre. Price, £4.50.
The coast of North Norfolk is one of the most fascinating in the UK. Here on the Point Professor Oliver established his pioneering studies on the development of tidal lands.
The guide helps the reader to understand the landscape and natural features of Blakeney Point and the shingle spit that extends eastwards to Cley and Salthouse.
This tour is taken from the book ‘Tidal lands: a study of shore problems‘ originally written in 1917 and published in 1918 by Professor F W Oliver & A E Carey. This guide still resonates today. Additional explanatory notes added when this booklet was published in 2012.
Random Reflections of Blakeney
This booklet by Margaret Loose provides her reflections on life in Blakeney. Price £3.00.
Publications may be bought directly from the BAHS at the History Centre. Some publications may be bought at our meetings but this isn’t guaranteed.
The Journal is on sale at the History Centre in Blakeney, during opening hours, and over the counter in Cley at Crabpot Books (open daily). The current issue is also available in Blakeney at the Anchor Gift Shop in the High Street and in Holt at Holt Bookshop at Lion House Court, 26a High Street.
Crabpot Books will post copies to addresses in the UK on receipt of a cheque made out to ‘Crabpot Books’; please contact them for further details. Their address is: High Street, Cley, HOLT, Norfolk, NR25 7RN and the telephone number is 01263 740218.
The society may also arrange for postage overseas but due to the extra cost involved an additional charge may be levied.