Mountfield Meanderings

Mountfield Meanderings
If you are interested in the history of Mountfield, then these books are for you.  Each book is around 115 pages, containing about 200 historic black and white photographs and each volume (there are two) is £7.50.  They are sold in aid of the establishment of a Village Archive in the Village Hall.  The books are available from Trish Jones – phone 01580 880431, email  Cheques should be made payable to Mountfield Village Hall, but contact Trish first for current postal charges (currently £1.50 for one volume, £1.90 for two).
Please click on the links below to see .pdfs of the covers.
Mountfield Meanderings Volume 1
Mountfield Meanderings Volume 2

Silas and the Mountfield Treasure by Trevor Scully
150 years ago, 12lb of twisted yellow metal were caught in a plough on a Mountfield Farm.  Given to the finder as scrap brass, others recognised its true nature and worth – and not with altogether honest intentions!
This is a true story of the dire consequences of greed and dishonest dealings.  Written by Silas’s great-grandson, the story is told using many of the participants’ own words and paints a portrait of life both in Victorian Mountfield and beyond.
Please contact Trish Jones, details above, for price and delivery.