Books and pamphlets and post cards published by Friends of Heysham Heritage Centre (formerly Heysham Heritage Association)
|The Heysham Peninsula||ed. Eileen Dent||
Published by Heysham Heritage Association 2000: 80 pages between A5 and A4: numerous illustrations.
The Heysham peninsula is one of those hidden corners of England, full of interest but little-known outside its immediate locality. The natural heritage of the peninsula, as well as its varied past, are brought alive by nuggets of local history and reminiscences of former times.
|The History of Heysham : a wide angled view||David Flaxington||
Companion to The Heysham Peninsula : 80 pages between A5 and A4: numerous illustrations.
St Patrick's Chapel is identified as an early focal point in both Celtic and Roman Christianity and later the Manor of Heysham plays a key role. Important national religious, royal and political personalities are identified, linking Heysham into the wider vision of history.
|The Ancient Ruins known as St Patrick’s Chapel||John Procter||Revised edition 2007: A5 : reprinted 2018 16 pages with maps and diagrams There are several short leaflets about St Patrick’s Chapel. There are also works of scholarship. This brochure is intended for all those in the middle who feel a sense of history and would like to know more.|