Landers bookshop Long Melford, Travelling Editor

The Landers Bookshop in Long Melford.

This travelling editor thingy has been excellent for the geography and the history. This time, the beautiful village of Long Melford in Suffolk. The settlement of Long Melford goes back to 100 BC, which is impressive.

Sarah Wilson’s Landers Bookshop was having its Christmas Lunch meeting. An extremely posh affair in the Bull Hotel which itself dates back to when William the Conqueror was organising his book group Christmas lunch.

Long Melford gravestone, the bookbinder and the teacher, Travelling Editor

The bookbinder's grave, Long Melford.

Apparently Long Melford has the longest high street in the UK – that would be the Long then and is justly famous. There was just time for a quick sprint up the village in

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dazzling winter sunshine before lunch. I could see why the village was so celebrated, it was absolutely beautiful.

Edmund Blunden grave, Long Melford, Travelling Editor

Edmund Blunden's grave.

At the top of the hill was the beautiful Holy Trinity Church one of the great Suffolk wool churches dating back to the 15th century where poet Edmund Blunden is buried. I love wandering about in graveyards and came across some very moving headstones, including one to what I called the bookbinder’s family and also a very moving children’s section, which brought tears to my eyes.

Another standout architectural feature is turrety Melford Hall, with connections from Elizabethan England to Beatrix Potter and very beautiful it is too.

Melford Hall, Long Melford, Travelling Editor

Melford Hall, Long Melford.

But back to the Bull and its roaring log fire and a

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lunch with Christmas crackers and decorations and lordy, some men in this large book group. That hardly ever happens (and there was much discussion as to why this was). Great chat, as ever, about Water For Elephants, from circuses to old age and the Depression. Nothing depressing about this group of engaged and enthusiastic readers. Chatting to book groups should be done daily to keep the spirits up.

To one and all a very happy book-filled Christmas and a happy new reading year!

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