Nature Notes with Carol Donaldson, Touring St Mary’s Church,Kent

Follow Carol Donaldson, author of On the Marshes as she takes you on a tour of St Mary’s Church, Lower Higham, Kent.

Here Charles Dickens daughter married Wilkie Collins son and the local nuns got into trouble with the vicar.

Publications and books.

image of Higham in Old Photographs book cover  image of Higham in Old Photographs Vol.2 book by HVHGphotograph of A History of Higham vol 1image of A History of Higham Vol 2 book

Our books are on sale in Higham Post Office as follows:
•       Volumes 1 and 2 of Higham in Old Photographs (£2.50 each)
•       Volumes 1 and 2 of A History of Higham (£5.00 each).

To order copies, please email giving your full name, postal address and telephone number and let us know howmany of each title you would like to order. We will then let you know costs, including postage and arrange payment details with you.

HVHG raise funds for Kent Air Ambulance through sale of Higham in Old Photograph books.

photograph of HVHG members presenting a £476.25 cheque to Kent Air Ambulance, October 2009

Photograph of History Group Representatives presenting a cheque for £476.25 to KAA Trust, October 2009.

Other relevant publications:

“Lillechurch – a thousand years of a farm at Higham in Kent”.  (By a private author and available at Medway Archives and Local History Centre, Baggins Book Bazaar, High St, Rochester and Towncentric, Gravesend. Orders by email to Price £8.95 plus £1.10 if appropriate.) image of the Lillechurch book by Ian Milton

Mosaic History of Higham book cover

A Mosaic History of Higham, published March 1974.  (Out of print but is available in Higham Library for perusal.)

Moments before the Millennium: The Higham Village Appraisal 1997.

(Out of print, but is available in Higham Library for perusal).

Moments Before the Millennium book cover

Higham Priory pamphlet Higham Priory. A pamphlet produced in the Gravesham Local History series by Christoph Bull.  (Available to purchase from Gravesend and Higham Libraries and TownCentric)