Thank you to everyone who has lent their precious photographs, books, maps and other documents. They will be carefully looked after and archived where possible; all content will be fully attributed.
PINHOE OF YESTERYEAR by Chips Barber remains an authoritative entry point for anyone interested in the history of Pinhoe – packed full with old photographs, in two volumes.
PINHOE: AS USED TO WAS by Denys Deere-Jones is a lovely book of “reminiscences, personal recollections and youthful impressions”.
PINHOE by Kathleen M. Woodley offers a view of the history and plenty of stories of Pinhoe, based on the central role of the church in village life.