The latest edition of the Buckley Magazine Number 45 is now available price £4.50 at local outlets or via the Society 

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The content of magazine 45 includes:


     The Buckley Society 1969 – 2019: A Short History of Its 50 Years

     Carol Shone

     The New Buckley Digital Trail

     Paul Davies

     A New Book: The Buckley Potteries: Recent Research and Excavation by

     Nigel W. Jones

     14th July 2020 - The 164th Buckley Jubilee That Never Was

     Joy Jones

     The Refurbishment and Re-Dedication of Hawkesbury War Memorial

     Carol Shone

     Additions to The Hawkesbury Memorial, Walter Millington, Karl Stowell and

     Benjamin Lamb

     Carol Shone and Peter Kelsall

     Dorothy Drew and The Grand Old Man: William Gladstone

     Dawn Ridding

     The Buckley Townswomen’s Guild 1967-2019

     Carol Bandy

     Tommy Inglesfield

     Beth Inglesfield

     Anyone for A Pint?

     David Rowe

     A Group of Vernacular Headstones in St Matthew’s Churchyard

     Malcolm Hislop

     Buckley’s Windmill

    Carol Shone

    What We Did on VE Day: 8th May 1945

    Barbara Forbes

    The Family of Samuel Shone and Esther Bloor, and Its Connections to

    Hanley, Staffordshire and East Liverpool, Ohio

    Peter Kelsall

    My First Job