Bloxham, Christine, Wychwood Press, 2002- an examination of Oxfordshire customs and traditions throughout the calendar year, including entries on the tuckers and quill winders associated with the Witney blanket industry.
Buckle, David, unpublished, 2003- unpublished article by an ex-trade union representative who worked within the blanket industry, held at the Museums Resource Centre, Standlake.
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Come on Folks, it’s not often you get something for nothing but we still have free use of the Corn Exchange and Burwell Hall at selected times over the weekend of June 17 and 18 for anyone wishing to hold a community event to commemorate Jo Cox as part of the Great Get Together!
Corn Exchange is available Sat 17th – Main Hall from 4pm onwards and on Sunday 18th- Main Hall is available all day from 9am – Gallery Room from 2pm Burwell Hall is available all day from 9am on Saturday 17th and from 11am all day on Sunday 18th.
From 6.45 refreshments will be available provided by one of Witney’s established Community Gardening Groups – Burwell Community Garden.
Looks at the history and archaeological evidence for the practice of cloth sealing focussing on the Salisbury area but also comparing evidence from other regions. A., Dr, The Libraries Department, Oxfordshire County Council, Oxford, 1852- reprint of a general history of the Witney area with some line illustrations.
Some discussion of the blanket industry, mainly during the pre-industrial period (which had only just come to an end).
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