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BY PATRICK

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"The Farmer's Stocking Needle"

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BBC PODCAST ABOUT BENJAMIN JESTY LAUNCHED

  PLEASE CLICK ON LINKS BELOW

          https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p09p8gz9

        https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-57460445

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   Patrick is to take part in the Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival in September

   See the Festival website.  Booking recommended

 

 

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​Benjamin Jesty: The Grandfather of Vaccination

 published by

Cambridge Scholars Publishing

available world-wide

An affordable Kindle/ Ebook version

released May 2021

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and www.amazon.co.uk

Hardback

ISBN (13) 978-1-5275-4382-9

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THE BENJAMIN JESTY BICENTENARY
The bicentenary of Benjamin Jesty's death occured on the 16th April 2016.

 

THE BICENTENARY MEETING

A special meeting was held in Yetminster, Dorset, England

on Saturday 16th April 2016. This was hosted by The Hundred of Yetminster Local History Society.

Patrick gave a presentation :

                    "Benjamin Jesty: A Bicentenary Review"

The meeting took place at The Jubilee Hall in Church Street at 2.30 pm.

All tickets were sold out. People attended from many parts of England.

There were two groups from the USA, including a family of three who had journeyed from Houston, Texas, just to attend the event. The afternoon was completed by an excellent buffet tea. Everyone enjoyed this historic occasion, which was featured on local BBC television and radio.

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