Poppyland

Clement Scott, visited this corner of north east Norfolk in 1883 and coined the name Poppy-Land, in his first article for the Daily Telegraph. By the end of the 19th century, it had led to an explosion of residents and visitors to the area seeking the tranquil life he has described. These titles explore the phenomenon that was and still is Poppyland, the name taken for our imprint.

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Poppyland

A Cromer Miscellany
£9.95
The Baker Brothers: Diaries from the Eastern Front 1914-1919 - Oliver Locker-Lampson and the Cromer Men of the Russian Armoured Car Division
£14.95
Henry Blogg of Cromer - The Greatest of the Lifeboatmen
£11.95
Echoes of History: Poppyland 1883-1914
£11.95
Poppyland in Pictures
£0.95
The Story of Cromer Pier
£0.95
Cromer - Chronicle of a Watering Place
£2.95
Overstrand in the Great War
£9.95
A Dictionary of Cromer and Overstrand History
£14.95 (pbk) / £19.95 (hbk)
Poppyland - Strands of Norfolk History
£2.95
Overstrand - Tide and Time (DVD)
£12.95
Cromer in the Second World War (DVD)
£12.95
Overstrand - Our Village (DVD)
£12.95
Poppyland (DVD)
£12.95
The Cromer Lifeboats (DVD)
£12.95