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Pub Ethics
#1
At the BAJR 2007 conference See
http://www.pasthorizons.tv/tv/view/141/b...er-wardle/

?BAJR Conference 2007 Dr Peter Wardle Past, present and future of standards?

I posed the following ethical dilemma
?I now have so many photographs of this pub that in effect I have recorded it. I have researched its history and I have historic photographs of it. What professional obligations am I under to publish and archive my research??

The resultant book:
Invitation to Good Cheer ? A History of the Catherine Wheel Goring on Thames

Can be downloaded for free until 25/4/2009 at

http://www.historicenvironment.co.uk/ind.../goodcheer

The full citation is as follows:
Wardle,P., 2009, Invitation to Good Cheer: A History of The Catherine Wheel, Goring on Thames, Oxfordshire PAW Print Publishers, Goring on Thames
ISBN 978-0-9562381-0-8

And can be purchased directly from myself for ?14 including postage and packing from April 24th
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#2
I can't believe that this was produced by a non-IHBC member.:face-stir:
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#3
}Smile

With peace and consolation hath dismist, And calm of mind all passion spent...
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#4
I did know the Pub well Peter Well worth ?15.00 but only if signed
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#5
Peter - how on earth do you know the wheel. Send me your address and I will post a copy to you. If you live in Oxfordshire you and indeed anybody from BAJR is welcome to come to the launch on Thursday 8:00pm at the Wheel.

Peter Wardle
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#6
I am from South Bucks Peter but now live in wales. I wish I could get there
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#7
Quote:quote:Originally posted by drpeterwardle

Peter - how on earth do you know the wheel. Send me your address and I will post a copy to you. If you live in Oxfordshire you and indeed anybody from BAJR is welcome to come to the launch on Thursday 8:00pm at the Wheel.

Peter Wardle

very interesting! And good luck with the launch.
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#8
Good Luck with the Thursday launch.
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#9
How did it go..?

"Entrepreneurs are simply those who understand that there is little difference between obstacle and opportunity and are able to turn both to their advantage."
Niccolo Machiavelli
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