After a four month furlough, Fulking local history essays resumed earlier this month with William Axon’s 1897 essay on Poynings and Fulking, A Ruskin Pilgrimage. Such essays don’t usually appear on the home page (they are too long). They do show up in the ‘Recent Posts’ list in the left sidebar but are easy to miss there. If such posts interest you, then you should just check the list provided in the ‘Local History’ menu item under ‘About Our Village’ every few weeks to see if something new has appeared at the top. The purpose of the present note is to draw your attention to the fact that today sees the publication of no fewer than three local history items: Tony Brooks’s history of the Yew Tree Cottage site and biographical pieces on two of the former residents Albert E. Browne OBE and his son Ken (Memories of Devil’s Dyke).