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The book Poppa's Papers by Liz Bartlett

The book Poppa's Papers by Liz Bartlett was published on 8th May 2011, click the image to the right to be taken to the publisher's site where you may purchase a copy, either as a large-format softcover book in with many full colour illustrations, or as a PDF format download. You may also be interested to see Liz's autobiographical work Notes on a Life

This website was constructed in parallel with preparation of the book but is currently running behind in terms of the content, however it isn't in the nature of websites to be 'finished' and so it will continue to grow and expand even after all the material from the book has been incorporated. As it does so, Liz and Chris will be pleased to hear from you if you spot any errors or have any additional information, links, stories or memorabilia that you believe should be reflected here.

We have set up an email address especially for the purpose and emails sent here will reach both of us:

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