Westwood Bibliography

Westwood, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire


Red Cross Hospital, Avoncliff


Allsop, Niall 1987. Images of the Kennet & Avon: 100 years in camera: Bristol to Bradford-0n-Avon.

Anon 1970. A guide to the history and geology of Bath stone.

Azis, Jonathon 2014. Westwood Manor. National Trust booklet

Baggs, A.P., Elizabeth Crittall, Jane Freeman and Janet H Stevenson (eds.) 1980. A history of the County of Wiltshire, Vol. XI, pp. 223-235. Victoria County History. Online copy at British History Online.

Berry, Warren 2009. The Kennet and Avon Navigation. A history.

Brown, L.E. 1947. In and around the Limpley Stoke valley.

Bowyer, Valerie 1976. Along the canal: The Kennet and Avon from Bath to Bradford-on-Avon.

Church Rambler [Joseph Leech] 1876. Westwood church.

Clew, Kenneth 1968. The Kennet & Avon Canal.

Collins, W.G. 1913. [Roman building at Upper Westwood] Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Magazine 45, p. 208.

De’Ath, Paul 2003. Images of England: around Bradford-on-Avon.

Ditchfield, P.H. 1910. The manor houses of England.

Falconer, Jonathon 2009. Names in Stone: forgotten warriors of Bradford-on-Avon and district 1939-1945. Bed & Bolster.

Falconer, Jonathon 2010. Names in Stone: forgotten warriors of Bradford-on-Avon and district 1914-1918. Bed & Bolster.

Geddes, Isobel 2003. Hidden Depths: Wiltshire’s geology and landscapes.

Green, Gilbert W. & Donovan, Desmond T. 1969. The Great Oolite of the area around Bath. Bulletin of the Geological Survey.

Hadfield, Charles 1967. The Canals of South West England.

Hartley, Peter c1980. The story of Royal Enfield motorcycles.

Harvey, R. 1985. The Saxon charters of Bradford-on-Avon and Westwood. Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Magazine 79, pp. 235-237.

Hawke, Sophie & Oswin, John 2019. ‘What lies beneath’: a geophysical survey inside St Mary the Virgin Church, Westwood, Wiltshire. Bath and Counties Archaeological Society (link to an external PDF)

Hawkins, Derek 2011. Bath stone quarries.

Jackson, Canon J.E. 1872. Rowley alias Wittenham. Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Magazine 13, pp. 227-251.

Lintern, Michael J. 2015. Privileged: a Freshford boyhood.

McCamley, Nick 1998. Secret Underground cities.

McCamley, Nick 2002. Saving Britain’s art treasures.

McCamley, Nick 2004. Avoncliff: the secret history of an industrial hamlet.

McCamley, Nick 2010. Second world war secret bunkers.

Mann, J. de L. 1971. The cloth industry in the West of England from 1640 to 1880.

Oswin, John 2012. Geophysics at Iford. Camertonia vol 50, p.31.

Pevsner, Nikolas 1963. Buildings of England: Wiltshire. Revised by Bridget Cherry 1975.

Price, Liz 1984. Bath freestone workings.

Rogers, Kenneth G. 1986. Warp and weft: the Somerset and Wiltshire woollen industry.

Slocombe, Pamela M. 1992. Medieval buildings of Wiltshire. Wiltshire Buildings Record.

Snailum, Susan (ed.) 2000. Westwood 2000: reflections on a village.

Turpin, Trevor 2019. A gem in the Avon valley. [Avoncliff]

Walker, Muriel & Guy, Simon (2nd edn) 1989. The church of St Mary the Virgin and the parish of Westwood, Wiltshire.

Whittock, Martyn 1997. Wiltshire place-names.

There are large numbers of articles and mentions of Westwood and Iford Manor Houses and the Peto Garden at Iford in books and magazines and on the internet that have not been listed here.