Stow-in-the-Wold is an attractive little village, and there are books about the town. Here, we will take a look at some.

The Parish Church of St Edward

Wiki brought out a 20-page book about the Parish Church of St Edward. The writer explains how Stow-on-the-Wold started as an Iron Age fort, with the hill as a good vantage point over approaching enemies. The crossroads eventually made it a good place for setting up a market, with farmers coming from all over to buy and sell sheep in the market square of Stow-on-the-Wold. Of course, the book is about the church, so the church’s history is explained.

Walks Around Stow-in-the-Wold

Mark Richards is the writer of this paperback published by Reardon Publishing in 1848. Mark Richard’s book, which costs a whopping $877.95, takes readers on a ‘walkabout’ through Stow-on-the-Wold’s history, historic buildings, and attractions.

Stow-on-the-Wold Memorial

Susan Brattin wrote this novel as a memorial to the last battle of the Civil War and its men. The royalist forces were defeated by the parliamentary forces one mile north of Stow-on-the-Wold. From here, men fled into the streets of Stow, where the army finally surrendered after much bloodshed.

London’s Cafes, Coffee Shops and Tea Rooms

England is world-renowned for its love of tea, but cafes and coffee have also become a big deal to the Brits. They welcome baristas from Australia to brew up the best coffees in their fine coffee shops across the country. David Hampshire gives the readers an insight into the world of coffee, great cakes, and age-old traditions of London.

A People’s History of Coffee and Cafes

Bob Biderman is the writer of a 258-page book on England’s history of coffee and cafes. Biderman became a keen explorer on the subject during the Cappuccino revolution and had written other novels about the culture in Paris, Amsterdam, and London.

Jaffé and Neale Bookshop and Café

Combine good books and coffee, and you have this quaint little café in Stow, where good books and great coffee and cakes go hand in hand. There has also been a running book club for the last ten years.

There is enough history in the small town of Stow-on-the-Wold to fill many pages, and for the best reading experience, The New England Coffee House is just the place.