In our warehouse (ie. in our attic) we have run out of stocks of the titles listed below. As far as we are concerned they are “out of print” and are shown as such by the use of the letters OP. However, you may be lucky enough to find copies either at the Welsh Books Council or at a number of local bookshops in Pembrokeshire. Click on the links for further information. If all else fails, you can no doubt find the books in the local library...........

Pembrokeshire 2000 by Brian John. Illustrations by the author and by Martin John. 1999. ISBN 0 905559 78 9. hardback, size A4 landscape, 112 pp, 15.00. This book is a “coffee table” celebration of the old and new county of Pembrokeshire at the end of one millennium and the beginning of another. There are 100 spectacular colour photographs, many of them specially commissioned for this book. Each photograph is accompanied by a brief explanatory text. There are three sections, covering the natural landscape, the man-made landscape, and recent changes in the landscape. Each photo is located by a full grid reference, and there is a full bibliography. OP

Pembrokeshire: Past and Present by Brian John, ISBN O 905559 60 6, hardback, 1995, 256 pp, 9.75 (special offer) OP. The definitive Pembrokeshire book! If you only need one book about Pembrokeshire, this is the one you should have. A comprehensive survey of Pembrokeshire at the end of the Twentieth Century. It is heavily illustrated with maps, sketches, and full colour and monochrome photographs. There are 20 chapters, covering local geography and history, wildlife, social conditions, economic development, and language and culture. The book concludes with a series of chapters examining modern issues of concern, including National Park planning, the oil industry, and environmental protection.