Tugby and Keythorpe WW1 by Maureen Bullows was launched on 11th November 2015. It is a sixty eight page glossy production which captures the difficult living conditions during the war years. It is packed with information and coloured illustrations about aspects of life in the parish and in the forces, including recruitment, army units, food, and the significant contributions of horses and refers to many memorials and cemeteries of servicemen. Inspired by the Roll of Honour, the booklet includes information about the seventy eight men connected with the parish who served in the forces in WW1.
The book at £10 is available from Maureen-01162598297 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Proceeds from sales will go to the Tugby Tower Project.