After the successful launch of “The Annals of Dunstable Priory” on 24th November 2018, copies of the book are now available to buy.
The price per copy is currently £59.95 plus £3.95 P&P (UK) but this will change, so if you wish to buy this ground-breaking book, order now to guarantee the pre-publication price!
Please post a cheque made payable to “Medieval Dunstable” for the appropriate amount to:
Medieval Dunstable, c/o Steve Williams, The Vicarage, Church Road, Harlington, Bedfordshire, LU5 6LE
Please also send an email to email@example.com giving your name, advising that you have sent a cheque and the amount, your postal address (where you wish the book/s to be posted), and a telephone contact number.
International sales, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for advice on postal costs.
There are also still some copies of “Medieval Dunstable” available at £12.50 plus £3.95 P&P (UK).
Buy both books at the discounted price of £69.95 plus £7.90 P&P (UK).
New for 2018 are St Fremund Pilgrim badges at £9.95 plus £3.95 P&P (UK).
Don’t know who St Fremund is? Fremund was a Saxon saint who was said to be the son of King Offa, and although he had become a hermit, when the Danes attacked he took up arms, defended his people and with the help of angels, defeated the Danes. However his head was cut off by Oswy, a traitorous commander on his side, (the event depicted on the badge) but Oswy immediately repented, was forgiven and where Fremund’s head rested a spring gushed out where miracles happened. Dunstable priory had a relic of the Saxon saint which drew pilgrims to the town and the badge is a faithful copy of the Dunstable Priory Seal.