by Sue Robinson
"Chitterne is a remote village on Salisbury Plain, surrounded by a military wilderness, which could have died like Imber, but has survived and thrives. This thoroughly researched, affectionate local history has grown out of a community website, and is the first modern treatment of this ancient and idiosyncratic chalkland village."
Published by Hobnob Press, many illustrations, 240 x 168mm, 164pp, paperback; ISBN 978-0-946418-68-8. £9.95.
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