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The new book from the Sessay Archive Project, called 'Essays from Sessay' and detailing the long and fascinating story of our village, will be launched on Saturday 29th October in the Village Hall.  

The book takes the form of a collective memoir, written as a series of essays by village residents and members of the Archive Project.  

EFS Poster A4 2As well as copies of the new book to view and to buy, the 'Snap in Time' exhibition created in 2011 will be on display.  And refreshments will of course be available !  Everyone is cordially invited to come along and find out more about the history of Sessay.

Copies of Essays from Sessay will be on sale at The White Rose Bookshop, Thirsk and The County Record Office, Northallerton from the first week in November.
If you would like to receive a book by post please send a cheque for £10 payable to 'Sessay Local History Society' to Midsummer Cottage, Sessay, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 3NL.
Don't forget to include your return address !


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