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The Butlins Girls

The Butlins Girls Author Elaine Everest
ISBN-10 9781447295518
Release 2017-05-04
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A warm and comforting read, set against the nation's favourite holiday camp, from bestselling author of The Woolworths Girls 'Molly Missons gazed around in awe. So this was Butlin's. Whitewashed buildings, bordered by rhododendrons, gave a cheerful feeling to a world still recovering from six years of war. The Skegness holiday camp covered a vast area, much larger than Molly expected to see.' Molly Missons hasn't had the best of times recently. Having lost her parents, now some dubious long-lost family have darkened her door - attempting to steal her home and livelihood... After a horrendous ordeal, Molly applies for a job as a Butlin's Aunty. When she receives news that she has got the job, she immediately leaves her small home town - in search of a new life in Skegness. Molly finds true friendship in Freda, Bunty and Plum. But the biggest shock is discovering that star of the silver screen, Johnny Johnson, is working at Butlin's as head of the entertainment team. Johnny takes an instant liking to Molly and she begins to shed the shackles of her recent traumas. Will Johnny be just the distraction Molly needs - or is he too good be to be true?



The Woolworths Girls

The Woolworths Girls Author Elaine Everest
ISBN-10 9781743549452
Release 2016-04-26
Pages 300
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BOOK 1 IN THE WOOLWORTHS SERIES 1939. On her first day at Woolworths, Sarah Caselton meets glamorous Maisie and shy Freda. The trio couldn't be more different but they soon form a tight-knit friendship, sharing their hopes and dreams for the future. Sarah falls into the warmth and rhythm of her new job, enjoying the social events hosted by Woolies and her blossoming romance with the young assistant manager, Alan. But history waits for no one, and with the threat of war clouding the horizon, the young men and women of Woolworths soon realize they may not have the luxury of a carefree youth or the time to fall in love . . . The Woolworths Girls is a heart-warming tale of friendship, family and hope in the face of war. PRAISE FOR THE WOOLWORTHS GIRLS "Heartwarming ... a must-read." Woman's Own "A lovely read." Bella



Christmas at Woolworths

Christmas at Woolworths Author Elaine Everest
ISBN-10 9781760557713
Release 2017-10-31
Pages 450
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BOOK 2 IN THE WOOLWORTH SERIES 1942. All across Britain, people's lives have been altered by the war, and for the girls of Woolworths it's no different. Sarah, Maisie and Freda, brought together by their jobs, now cling to the shop as a refuge. But outside of Woolies, they live in fear of what each day will bring. Alan, Sarah's husband, will soon be called up once more as a member of the Air Force, while Freda's dear brother is in the Navy and fighting his war at sea. Maisie, meanwhile, longs for a child and a settled family life but is determined to do her bit for the war effort. As the year draws to a close, the girls must rely on their friendship more than ever before to navigate the dark days that lie ahead . . . Christmas at Woolworths is the heartfelt sequel to Elaine Everest's bestselling debut The Woolworths Girls.



Wish You Were Here

Wish You Were Here Author Lynn Russell
ISBN-10 0750540540
Release 2015-03-15
Pages 406
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When Billy Butlin founded his holiday camps in 1936, they were bastions of community spirit and havens of luxury. Here, for one week, wives and mothers were freed from the toil and drudgery of housework, children ran free through the grounds, fathers and husbands hung up their work clothes. Rich in period detail and highly evocative, this book follows the lives of five of the camps' key figures through the highs and lows of the holiday season: from redcoats searching for stardom to young families who returned year after year, to pensioners who rediscovered an inner youth.



Wartime at Woolworths

Wartime at Woolworths Author Elaine Everest
ISBN-10 9781509843688
Release 2018-05-03
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The Woolworths girls have come a long way together . . . Fun loving Maisie, is devoted to her young family and her work at Woolworths. But her happy life with her RAF officer husband, their baby daughter leads her to think of the family she left behind . . . With the war now into its fourth year, what will she find when she sets about searching for them? Sarah and her husband, Alan, are blissfully happy and long for a sibling for their daughter. But dark days lay ahead for this close family. Freda heads home to Birmingham, to go in search of her family, back to the life she fled – far from the safety of Woolworths and her new friends. With families’ separated by war, will the Woolworths girls be able to pull together? Wartime at Woolworths is the third moving installment in the much-loved Woolworths series by bestselling author Elaine Everest.



The Girl at the Farmhouse Gate

The Girl at the Farmhouse Gate Author Julia Stoneham
ISBN-10 9780749012885
Release 2012-06-14
Pages 352
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Spring 1944 and Europe is in the grip of war. For Alice Todd, it is the start of her second year as warden of the Land Army hostel in the Devonshire countryside and a time of change as she recovers from her broken marriage, learning to balance her new working lifestyle with her continuing role as a mother to her only son. Her leadership has won her the affection and confidence of the land girls in her charge and, as the seeds of friendship are sown, she finds herself increasingly caught up in the lives of the women who surround her. The Girl at the Farmhouse Gate continues the story begun in the much-loved Muddy Boots and Silk Stockings.



Our True Intent Is All for Your Delight

Our True Intent Is All for Your Delight Author John Hinde
ISBN-10 1905712200
Release 2011
Pages 127
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The John Hinde Butlins photographs are a glorious moment in the story of British photography. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the John Hinde Studio, based in Dublin, produced a series of postcards to be sold at Butlins holiday camps throughout the British Isles. Famous for their hi-de-hi catchphrase, redcoat hosts, and bargain packages with all entertainment included, this was Butlins heyday. Throughout the 1970s, over a million Britons had a holiday at Butlins each year. With innovative use of colour and elaborate staging (the trademarks of a John Hinde postcard), it was the challenging job of two German (Elmar Ludwig and Edmund Nägele) and one British photographer (David Noble) to execute the photographs to Hindes rigorous formula and standards. Each photograph is elaborately stage managed, with often large casts of real holidaymakers acting their allocated roles in these narrative tableaux of the Butlins quiet lounges, ballrooms and Beachomber bars. Shot with large format cameras, and lit like a film set, the production of these photographs were an extraordinary undertaking. The images helped John Hinde become one of the most successful postcard publishers in the world. Most of the John Hinde Butlins photographs have only ever been published as postcards. The book and exhibition photographs are reproduced from the original large format Ektachromes. They prove to be some of the strongest images of their era.



Carols at Woolworths

Carols at Woolworths Author Elaine Everest
ISBN-10 9781509859177
Release 2017-10-05
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Carols at Woolworths is a heartwarming novella, and is the prequel to Christmas at Woolworths, by bestselling author Elaine Everest Betty, Freda and Sarah are determined to make the Woolworths Christmas party as jolly as ever. After weeks of careful planning, the girls are confident that it will be an evening for everyone to forget about the troubles of the war outside. But the war is never far away and when an air raid looms, the girls must usher their guests to safety and find a way to take their Christmas cheer underground . . . Will it be a merry Christmas after all for the girls of Woolworths?



Butlins in its Prime Those Golden Years

Butlins in its Prime  Those Golden Years Author Rocky Mason
ISBN-10 9781291448504
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Butlins in its Prime Those Golden Years has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Butlins in its Prime Those Golden Years also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Butlins in its Prime Those Golden Years book for free.



The Nation s Host

The Nation s Host Author Kathryn Ferry
ISBN-10 024129181X
Release 2016-11-01
Pages 320
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In 1936, with the opening of his first holiday camp in Skegness, Billy Butlin laid the foundations for a new era in the history of the British seaside. Today, his legacy still lives on as Butlin's celebrates its 80th year as an iconic British institution. The Nation's Host charts the incredible inside story of Butlin's, from its origins in a British society still reeling from the economic downturn of the 1920s, to its heyday in the mid-twentieth century and the challenges posed by the arrival of overseas package holidays. Lavishly illustrated throughout with timeless images from the Butlin's archives, many of which have never been seen before, this is a unique insight into the history of a company long synonymous with the British seaside holiday.



The Telephone Girls of George Street

The Telephone Girls of George Street Author Jenny Holmes
ISBN-10 0552173657
Release 2017-03-23
Pages 448
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1936. George Street in Bradford houses a gleaming, brand-new telephone exchange where a group of capable girls works the complicated electrical switchboards. Among them are Cynthia, Norma and Millicent, who relish the busy, efficient atmosphere and the independence and friendship their jobs have given them. But when Millicent connects a telephone call for an old friend, and listens in to the conversation - breaking one of the telephonists' main rules - she, and then Norma and Cynthia too, become caught up in a story of scandal, corruption and murder. Soon, the jobs of all three girls are on the line. Normaâe(tm)s romance is in ruins. And Millicent has entered a world of vice . . . In tough times, the telephone girls will need to call on their friends more than ever. A wonderful story of camaraderie, friendship and triumph over adversity that fans of Daisy Styles, Donna Douglas and Call the Midwife will adore.



Service Learning in Theory and Practice

Service Learning in Theory and Practice Author D. Butin
ISBN-10 9780230106154
Release 2010-03-29
Pages 174
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This book offers a comprehensive rethinking of the theory and practice of service-learning in higher education. Democratic and community engagement are vital aspects of linking colleges and communities, and this book critically engages the best practices and powerful alternative models in the academy. Drawing on key theoretical insights and empirical studies, Butin details the limits and possibilities of the future of community engagement in developing and sustaining the engaged campus.



Bourbon Creams and Tattered Dreams

Bourbon Creams and Tattered Dreams Author Mary Gibson
ISBN-10 9781784973322
Release 2016-11-01
Pages 464
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Wonderful new drama from the bestselling author of CUSTARD TARTS AND BROKEN HEARTS. He promised her the earth. She found herself in hell. Handsome Frank Rossi took Matty Gilbie away from her working class roots in Bermondsey, East London and promised her fame and fortune. In America, the Cockney Canary would become a movie star. As his wife, she would be half of a power couple, fêted and adored by all. But the Wall Street Crash of 1929 puts paid to all that, and as Frank becomes more violent and unstable, Matty flees in the dead of night. Once home in Bermondsey, she goes into hiding and starts desperately looking for work. But only Peak Freans, the hated biscuit factory, is hiring staff. Then, as a secret from her past comes back to haunt her, Matty learns that Frank is on the move, determined to find her and get her back. What people are saying about BOURBON CREAMS AND TATTERED DREAMS: 'What an exciting and dramatic book this is!' 'A heartwarming story, with lots of charm and character' 'A heartfelt story about following your dreams, giving it your all and what happens when it all falls apart' 'This book should not be missed'



The Billy Butlin Story

The Billy Butlin Story Author Sir Billy Butlin
ISBN-10 0860518647
Release 1982
Pages 287
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This is the story of Billy Butlin both before he opened his first holiday camp at Skegness in 1936, and after, including his childhood in South Africa, his travels with West Country fairs in England and emigration to Canada, through his wartime experiences and extraordinary business career.



Butlin s

Butlin s Author Sylvia Endacott
ISBN-10 0752458639
Release 2011
Pages 128
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After successfully developing a series of funfairs, Billy Butlin progressed to opening holiday centres and hotels across the UK to provide families with an inexpensive but entertaining holiday. Over the years these centres first expanded and then declined in number due to changes in our preferences for types of holiday. Now boasting spa hotels, the resorts are very different from the chalets of yesteryear. However, the original slogan ‘Our True Intent is all for Your Delight’ is fondly remembered by all of the original holidaymakers, whether they enjoyed one trip to a holiday centre or still make an annual pilgrimage with their families. This nostalgic selection of images, many published here for the first time, illustrates the history of the various camps and hotels, including all of the things we associate with this most British of establishments. From Redcoats to water worlds, and from the Glamorous Grandmothers competitions to National Talent contests, this book provides an enjoyable and nostalgic trip down memory lane for all who know and love Butlin’s, allowing us a glimpse into the social history of this quintessential British holiday.



An Illustrated History of Butlins

An Illustrated History of Butlins Author Derek Tait
ISBN-10 9781445611372
Release 2012-06-15
Pages 96
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This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Butlins has changed and developed over the last century.



Diamonds and Pearls

Diamonds and Pearls Author
ISBN-10 9781682990797
Release 2011-02-01
Pages 249
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A sparkling collection of short stories by many of the UK's best known magazine writers. Read any women's magazine and the names in this book are bound to be there. Women connected by fiction and their love of words who have joined together to support the awareness and treatment of breast cancer by the way they know best - the short story. The book has been compiled by author Elaine Everest to celebrate the 30th anniversary of her survival from breast cancer. Diamonds and Pearls includes stories by Penny Alexandra Teresa Ashby Linda Barrett Kelly Rose Bradford Francesca Burgess Catherine Burrows June Crowe Elaine Everest Kelly Florentia Della Galton Lynne Hackles Vivien Hampshire Sue Houghton Dawn Hudd Vanda Inman Angela Johnson Caroline Jones Sophie King Linda Lewis Lisa Main Kath McGurl Sue Moorcroft Sally Quilford Geraldine Ryan Gerry Savill Glynis Scrivens Jill Steeples Ginny Swart Katharine Swartz Fran Tracey Christine Webb Jane Wenham-Jones Ann West Paula Williams A donation from the sale of each book will go to the Against Breast Cancer charity Registered charity no 1121258