Below Henry is seen during filming at Uphill near Weston-super-Mare (left) and Kilve Beach (right) during the making of the film series Discovering Somerset for the 1st-Take film studio in Bristol
Below Henry poses with the 1st-Take film crew outside the Royal Oak in Nailsea, during the filming of the Discovering Somerset film trilogy. It was at the Royal Oak that Adge Cutler and The Wurzels recorded 'Drink up thy zider' and other songs live in 1967. Henry tells the story in the film. And (right) Henry and the 1st-Take crew pose with re-enactors at the Brixham Battery, during the making of the film Devon at War
Below Henry is seen with television presenter Mark Horton during the making of a BBC film about the lost village of Clicket on Exmoor for Inside Out West; and selling a copy of his book about the history of Salisbury Plain to Time Team presenter Phil Harding during a book signing in Salisbury.
Below Henry is seen with members of the West Country Writers' Association at their annual congress in Plymouth in 2006. From left to right: Roy York (chairman), Diney Costeloe, Henry Buckton (vice chairman), Katie Fforde, Janet Green and Barbara Hooper. And (right) with author Bernard Cornwell at the WCWA congress in Sherborne in 2005. Henry had just chaired a talk given by Bernard to members.
Below (left) Henry is pictured with Raymond Allen, creator and writer of the TV series Some mother's do 'ave 'em at the Astor Hotel in Plymouth before the annual luncheon of the West Country Writers' Association in May 2006. And (right) exchanging a copy of his book Yesterday's Country Village, for a copy of Theatre for Children by the national childrens' playwright David Wood.
Below Henry is pictured with Nicholas Parsons and Mollie (Mrs Slocombe) Sugden at book signings for the BBC Children In Need Appeal. Between 2000 and 2004 Henry edited several books of celebrity childhood memories to raise money and awareness for the charity.
Below Henry is seen promoting the BBC Children In Need Appeal during an event with BBC Radio Bristol at the Winter Gardens in Weston-super-Mare and talking to DJ Judi Spiers about the celebrity childhood memories project on BBC Radio Devon
Below Henry is seen promoting the book Celebrity Child's Play in aid of the BBC Children In Need Appeal with Bonny Sartin, lead singer of the folk group The Yetties, and author Joanna Trollope. This was one of several books Henry edited to raise money and awareness for disadvantaged children.
Below Henry is seen interviewing authors Richard Adams and Dick King-Smith in 2002 about their childhood recollections for the celebrity childhood memories project in support of the BBC Children In Need Appeal. Richard Adams was best known for writing Watership Down, while Dick King-Smith's best known book was probably The Sheep Pig, which was filmed by Universal Pictures as the hit movie Babe.
Below Henry is pictured with Patrick Lichfield during an interview for his book By Royal Command, and with The Princess Royal, as she formally opens a centre for young people with learning difficulties in Glastonbury, at which Henry did voluntary work.
Below Henry is pictured with Michael Bentine and artist David Shepherd during a book signing for his book The Golden Book of Remembrance at the Duxford Air Show in 1995, and with Michael Portillo, the then Secretary of State for Defence at the book's launch at the Imperial War Museum in London in July 1995.
Below Henry is pictured with Sebastian Coe at the launch of his book The Golden Book of Remembrance in July 1995 at the Imperial War Museum in London, and at a book signing in Yeovil with Paddy Ashdown
Below Henry is pictured (left) with broadcaster Raymond Baxter and Battle of Britain fighter pilot Peter Brothers at the launch of The Golden Book of Remembrance at the Imperial War Museum in London in 1995. And (right) with author Leslie Thomas and John Kirkham (Bishop to Her Majesty's Forces) at a fund raising event in aid of the Royal British Legion at the Wardrobe in Salisbury in 1995. Leslie Thomas is perhaps best known for the book The Virgin Soldiers.
Below Henry is pictured with comic actor Richard Briers and classic actors Dulcie Gray and Michael Denison during book signings for his book The Golden Book of Remembrance in 1995, to which they had contributed their thoughts
Left: Henry is pictured on stage during a concert with his band PARADISE in 1974 at the Victoria Hall in Crewkerne, Somerset. From left to right Chris Cooper (keyboards) Henry Buckton (guitar) and Roger Lacey (bass).