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Henry Mundy - An Australian Pioneer 
The Book
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12 November 2003 was an auspicious day for Bow Brickhill when the memoirs of Henry Mundy were delivered home to the village by author Les. Hughes in the book "Henry Mundy - An Australian Pioneer".

Mundy researchers, local historians and villagers celebrated the event with a pint of 'Mundy Ale' courtesy of Wells Brewery.
Les. Hughes signed copies of his book for .

A horse and cart took visitors along Station Road to Church Road, Henry's birthplace, and then back to Bow Brickhill school.
Actor John Thynne told the school children how Henry recounted in his book the punishment he received for mis-spelling the word 'egg'

Author Les. Hughes present Jane Bellamy, headteacher, and the children of Bow Brickhill school with a copy of the book.
And as the afternoon wore on, the light faded, there on the horizon was the famous Bow Brickhill sunset - looking very much like the cover of the book! 

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