Lest Devon Forgets It examines the reasons behind why the monuments to the dead men and women of the Great War vary so much from place to place within the county.

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The Vikings in the West CountryThe Vikings in the West Country.  Published Autumn 2015 

Illustrated with 4 maps, in excess of 25 plans and drawings, and in excess of 55 black and white photographs.

This book is the first to bring together and analyse the Vikings in the West Country. It covers both the First and Second Viking Age, conquest, the fall of kingdoms, raids , hoards, metalwork, stone sculptures and place names. It provides from Dorset to south-western Cornwall a great sense of how the Vikings contributed to the diversity and the development of the West Country, “Wessex” and England.

Price is £16.00 plus postage.

Art of Devon GardensThe Art of the Devon Garden.  Published Autumn 2013 
This beautiful book is Todd Gray's latest publication and is his most sumptuous book ever and is produced to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Devon Gardens Trust. 
The book has had a marvellous response from customers and is proving to be our best seller of all time. Many customers are choosing it as the ideal "gift book" for loved ones.
It has also received high critical acclaim. The review in the RHS Monthly magazine for March 2014 is particularly delightful and the book can be purchased from RHS Rosemoor, Great Torrington.

If you would like a copy as a gift we will gladly ask Todd to sign a copy and personalise it for you.

Price is £24.00 plus postage.

Devon's Ancient Bench Ends by Todd Gray.

Devon's Ancient Bench EndsDevon's Ancient Bench Ends is the first in-depth study of a collection of carvings which is nationally renowned as one of the greatest in England but remains largely unfamiliar to the general public as well as confusing to specialists.  The research has encompassed repeated visits to the 123 of the 605 ancient churches which have bench ends as well as a long investigation into the documentary evidence in the county's three local authority archives.
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Whilst visiting the Bench Ends take Devon’s Fifty Best Churches By Todd Gray (go to page) with you as well!!

Devons Fifty Best ChurchesDevon’s Anglican churches are our greatest storehouse of ancient treasures. Fifty buildings have been selected, a personal choice, which hold the most outstanding examples of stained glass, fonts, carved bench ends, screens, memorials and pulpits.

The Mint Press books are truly local. Every step of the publishing process uses Devon people and businesses, keeping jobs in Devon, rather than going overseas.

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