A Gypsy history of South London and Kent
Author: Simon Evans
£14.99 £10 (no p&p)
“I cannot recommend this book enough to anyone with an interest in Gypsy life and history. Wonderful photos. I was delighted to hear all the quotes … A true account of a lifestyle that was snatched from under our feet.”
About the book
Stopping Places was shortlisted for the Katharine Briggs Folklore Award 2005
The county of Kent, the "Garden of England", was also the market garden for London.
The regular round of seasonal work — picking hops, fruit-picking and gathering peas, beans and other crops — attracted families of Gypsies who returned to the same encampments and worked on the same farms from one generation to the next.
ISBN: 978-1-902806-30-3 Format: Paperback, 176pp Published: Oct 2004
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