The Undoing of Polly Button Book
Author profits from the sale of the book will be donated to the following three charities and good causes in Nuneaton: a refuge for women and children affected by domestic violence, the Chilvers Coton Centre Trust (the Heritage Centre) and Nuneaton Memories (promoting heritage and social cohesion through slideshow talks (e.g. in care homes, assisted living accommodation, social groups) and the preservation/sharing of photographs and memories of Nuneaton.)
You have two options to choose from to obtain your copy:
Perhaps the most interesting option – and the one that most benefits the three local charities and good causes – is to collect the book from Zoe Holland, a keen supporter of the Polly Button Project. Zoe runs a salon business (Zen of Essence) located on the site of what was No. 8 Court (Twitchell’s Yard), where Polly Button used to live. The address is Unit 2 Wheatsheaf Court, Upper Abbey Street, Abbey Green, Nuneaton CV11 5DJ – opposite Hatters Space. If you choose to collect the book, the package will include a signed commemorative certificate of collection from that Polly Button-related location and a limited-edition Polly Button bookmark. Collection from Zen of Essence can be at any time the salon is open. Full details are sent to those purchasing online.
You may choose to have it posted to you by second class Royal Mail delivery. For all orders up to three books in the UK, the price can include free post and packing. However, if you wish to help maximise the benefit to the three charities and good causes, you can choose to pay the post and packing charge as an option. This would give really helpful support to the project.
- The most comprehensive account of the background to the murder of Polly Button ever written, including the result of a major project to trace direct descendants of Polly Button through to the present-day.
- A top quality publication, a perfect bound paperback with a full colour premium cover and printed on high quality silk paper.
- Extending to more than 200 pages, the book is extensively illustrated in full colour, with more than 50 illustrations ranging from photographs, maps and charts to specially commissioned images.
- The book is the product of meticulous research stretching over five years and is supported by 60 referenced sources and almost 200 footnotes.