26 October 2017: Book Launch Celebration

The grand setting of St Stephen's Rosslyn Hill was the venue for the launch of BELSIZE Remembered. Well over 200 peple attended this eagerly awaited celebration event.

Belsize Remembered
Listening to Sir Derek Jacobi

Sir Derek Jacobi
Sir Derek Jacobi reads extracts from Belsize Remembered

Ranee Barr
Ranee Barr addresses the audience

Editor of Belsize Remembered F Peter Woodford (in lower foreground)

Contributor Oggy Boytchev with his copy of the book

Ranee Barr
Ranee Barr celebrates

Maia _ David Percy _ Angela
Maia from XUL Architecture and Angela from Heywoods with David S Percy

Jonathan Rose
Jonathan Rose from Heywoods
David and Sebastian
David S Percy with Sebastian Sandler of XUL

Daunt Books
James from Daunt Books at the bookstall

Many thanks to those who kindly supplied photographs of the event

Sir Derek Jacobi reads extracts from BELSIZE Remembered
watch the video here

Aulis Publishers 26 October 2017 – RRP £16.99

Products Order Belsize books & videos here

March 2018: Good news about the book – it has become necessary to reprint more copies. The publishers intend to ensure that the book remains in print for others to enjoy. The 2018 reprint is partly funded by the surplus from the initial print run together with top-up sponsorship from Knight Frank, Belsize Park.

Knight Frank

Thanks also to our two original sponsors – both located in Belsize Village:

Heywoods and XUL Architecture

Publication of this book has also been made possible thanks to the many individual donors to this community project.
BELSIZE Remembered is available from Daunt Books, Waterstone's and online from this website as well as on Amazon.

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