A wide selection of books and leaflets is available from the enquiry and publications desk on Sunday workdays and tour afternoons, from 2 to 4 pm. (unless very poor weather or lack of volunteers!) – see ‘Where are we?‘
Below is a list of the publications available by mail order from the Friends of Nunhead Cemetery. Kindly download the printer friendly order form using the link below, filling in your order and your contact details. Send the whole form with your payment to:- FONC Publications c/o, 31 Normanby Road, Dollis Hill, LONDON, NW10 1BU, England.
Publications offered subject to availability. Please allow 28 days for delivery.
Please note that FONC can only accept cheques drawn on a UK bank. Prices shown are in pounds sterling (£). Postage and Packing is shown for delivery to addresses in the UK.
For international orders, please email a list of your requirements to FONC Publications, who will reply with a quotation including postage and packing.
Please note: You can also use the form to join the Friends of Nunhead Cemetery. If you do decide to join with this form and wish to order some publications at the same time, then you can award yourself the ‘member’ prices.
|BOOKS ABOUT NUNHEAD CEMETERY|
|A SHORT GUIDE TO NUNHEAD CEMETERY.|
Essential reading for all visitors to the historic and beautiful Nunhead Cemetery including a guided walk and burial square map.
By Tim and Carol Stevenson
|BURIED AT NUNHEAD, Nunhead Notables volume 3.|
Ron Woollacott and Michèle Louise Burford’s third selection of interesting and important people buried in Nunhead Cemetery.
|BURIED AT NUNHEAD, Nunhead Notables volume 4.|
Ron Woollacott and Michèle Louise Burford’s fourth selection of interesting and important people buried in Nunhead Cemetery.
|GRAVE SYMBOLS IN NUNHEAD CEMETERY.|
A guide by Jeffrey M Hart and Ron Woollacott on the Victorian concept of the ‘celebration of death’ and that of subsequent generations.
|INVESTORS IN DEATH.|
Ron Woollacott’s book on the London Cemetery Company and it’s successors.
|NUNHEAD & THE MUSIC HALL.|
Rex Batten writes about the ‘Lion Comique’ and others.
|NUNHEAD CEMETERY AND THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.|
Jeffrey M Hart writes the story of the Waterloo campaign and those soldiers who took part in it and now rest in peace in Nunhead Cemetery.
|NUNHEAD CEMETERY – A COLOURFUL HISTORY.|
Fay Rogers & Cathy Mercer’s colouring book for children.
An expanded and updated version of Ron Woollacott’s biographical list of men and women buried in London’s Nunhead Cemetery of All Saints.
|A GUIDE TO THE GRAVES OF NUNHEAD NOTABLES.|
Ron Woollacott’s list of personalities featured in the first and original edition of NUNHEAD NOTABLES.
Rex Batten’s collection of stories, anecdotes and observations from the cemetery.
|MORE NUNHEAD NOTABLES.|
Ron Woollacott’s second selection of interesting and important people buried in Nunhead Cemetery.
|THE BUTTERFLIES OF NUNHEAD CEMETERY.|
Richard A. Jones’ guide to the butterflies likely to be seen in Nunhead Cemetery.
|THE GREAT VANCE (The Enigmatic Mr Peck Stevens)|
The Life and Career of a Great Victorian Music-hall Luminary buried at Nunhead Cemetery.
|THE SCOTTISH MARTYRS.|
Wally MacFarlane tells the story of the political reformers of 1793 commemorated in the cemetery.
|THE VICTORIAN CATACOMBS AT NUNHEAD.|
A short history and description of the Chapel Catacombs, Shaft Catacombs and Eastern Catacombs in Nunhead Cemetery, Southwark
By Ron Woollacott
|THE WALWORTH SCOUTS.|
An account of the Leysdown Tragedy of 1912 and souvenir of the dedication of the replica plaque at Nunhead from the Sir Giles Gilbert Scott Memorial
By Rex Batten
|TREES & SHRUBS OF NUNHEAD CEMETERY.|
Carol Stephenson’s guide and tour of the trees in the cemetery
|BOOKS ABOUT SOUTHWARK INCLUDING NUNHEAD CEMETERY|
|BURIAL PLACES IN SOUTHWARK|
Ron Woollacott’s book on burial grounds in the London Borough of Southwark.
|CAMBERWELL OLD CEMETERY.|
Ron Woollacott’s brief history of Camberwell Old Cemetery and who’s who of notable persons buried there.
Ron Woollacott and Michèle Louise Burford’s book on Old Camberwell including East Dulwich, Dulwich, Nunhead, Peckham and Peckham Rye. (Out of stock)
|FONC SHOPPING BAG|
|FONC REUSABLE COTTON BAG|
Features illustrations front and back (black on cream background – see photos on linked page) and over-the-shoulder straps.
Eco-friendly bag is made with unbleached cotton.
Size of bag 31cm (width) x 37cm (height)
|A SET OF FOUR POSTCARDS.|
Figgins Monument, Gate of Anglican Chapel,
Main Avenue, John Allen Monument.
|MAPS OF NUNHEAD CEMETERY.|
Maps are printed in the centre pages and inside the back cover page of the book:
A Short Guide to Nunhead Cemetery.