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What do an unknown sailor, the man who taught King George VI to ride horses, a prodigal Hungarian violinist and a senior ‘Resident’ from Sarawak all have in common? They are interred in St Michael and All Angels’ churchyard in Thursley, Surrey. Beside them are generations of farmers, blacksmiths, bakers and other village folk.
Here are a selection of their stories, ranging through the centuries. From war heroes to criminals, from sailors to shop keepers, from knights to a count’s servants, Thursley has been home to them all.
Buy the book and read their fascinating tales.

£15 paperback

£20 hardback 

at the event

payment on the day by cash or card

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17 September from 12 noon to
2 pm. Welcome and introduction by Rev. Moore at 12.15 pm - 
St Michael and All Angels, 
Thursley, GU8 6QQ

for those driving, please follow the parking signs

Visit the churchyard and enjoy the peace and tranquillity. 
Chat with the author and find out about some of the notable memorials
Light refreshments available R.S.V.P. if you can by
7th September to

Many thanks to the church and the village for their help with this event

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Having read the stories, you can now see the memorials in glorious colour. "Pictures" contains over 100 pages, printed on premium paper and sized 21cm by 28cm. If you cannot visit St Michael and All Angels personally, you can now enjoy the views to understand the stories as if you were actually there. 

£25 hardback only

at the event

payment on the day by cash or card

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