Mike Cherry, one of our Friends, has just published a book on Radnor House
NEW BOOK ON SALE
A new book from the Borough of Twickenham Local History Society tells the story of Radnor House which stood in Cross Deep, Twickenham for nearly 350 years. The book details the owners, the people lived in the house, its transition from a private residence to a public building, and its eventual fate in the Second World War.
The book has 84 pages and numerous illustrations and costs £5. It is available from the Radnor Gardens Café and the Twickenham Museum, or from the BOTLHS website (www.botlhs.co.uk) or by post from 75 Radnor Road Twickenham TW1 4NB (cheques payable to ‘BOTLHS’ for £6 to include p+p).