These items may be purchased from the Blockley shop, café & post office, or by post please contact:

The Honorary Treasurer
Blockley Heritage Society
Blockley Heritage Centre
Park Road
GL56 9BY

Old Blockley in Pictures
A popular book that records people and places,  and brings back memories of Blockley's rich heritage.

Second Edition 2014
Edited by Gill Linley
92pp including nearly 200 photographs

Northwick Park
The fascinating history of this Costswold mansion and its owners from the Rushouts to the Spencer Churhills.

Richard A Bertocci, 2014.
144pp hardback, illustrated.

The story of how Blockley fought to save its last shop, only to find that - six years later - it had to build a new one.

Pamela Readhead & Robert Willott, 2014
Hardback, with many photographs by Alan & Christina Thornton, and featuring interviews with Chris Grimes and Oliver Lincoln.

Blockley Through Twelve Centuries
Blockley is a village apparently on the way from nowhere to nowhere, but that belies a fascinating and extensive history.

H E M Icely. Fifth edition revised and updated by Jeremy Bourne, 2013.
248pp hardback including 28 pages of photographs.

Rebuilding Blockley
The story of how talented surveyor Oliver Dicks helped redesign and refurbish over 100 properties in the Blockley vicinity.

Robert Willott, reprinted 2022.
122pp, inclusive of notes and references, well illustrated.

Blockley Yesterday
A Third Blockley Miscellany.
A collection of articles and occasional papers plus notes from lectures presented to BHS members, ranging from the North Cotswolds in the Civil War of 1642-46 to the Lady Northwick Memorial Homes.

Ed. Derrett and Bourne, 2000.

Prophesy in the Cotswolds 1803-1947
Includes a history of Joanna Southcott and her time spent at Rock Cottage in Blockley.

J M Derrett, 1994

Autobiography of Richard Boswell Belcher and the Blockley Riot 1878
 The book portrays events and social conditions through the eyes of a participant in the 19th century.

Eds. Exell and Marshall. 1976.

Morris Balhatchett 1921-2002
Remenisences of a Blockley man, 'He lived a long and contented life in a place that was home'.

Edited by Blockley Antquarian Society, now BHS.

The Blockley Deanery in the Fifteenth Century
The story behind the enigma of the Reverend William Lunbard 1422-1484.

J D M Derrett, 2009

Nora Yoxall and Elsie Whitford
Blockley's Stained Glass Artists.
A well illustrated survey of their windows in Blockley and further afield.

Lynn Bedford 2024