The Villages of Abinger Common and Wotton -Terence O'Kelly
Abinger Common and Wotton are two small villages on the north slope of Leith Hill. Neither conforms to the text book picture of the English village. Until about 1900 both villages consisted of a few isolated cottages and farms, and hamlets of half-a-dozen cottages, along with a handful of 'big houses'.
Terence O'Kelly's book traces the geography and history of these two villages from Roman times to the present day.