Stinchcombe History Society holds talks every few months in Stinchcombe Village Hall. We invite guest speakers on varied historical subjects or a members talk about their own local history research. The Society also puts on occasional exhibitions,either as a standalone event or in conjunction with a talk.
These talks and exhibitions are advertised on the Village Hall calendar, Stinchcombe Enews, Stinchcombe newsletter, local Facebook pages and local notice boards.
We are also actively researching the history of Stinchcombe and the surrounding area. If you would like to help with an ongoing local history project or have ideas for new projects, you would be very welcome to join us. Even if you do not want to be involved in research yourself, you may have valuable local knowledge to contribute. We would love to hear your memories and stories of life in and around Stinchcombe. You may also possess photographs, letters and other material that are worth saving for future generations. We can make copies of these on the spot and do not need to take away the originals.
If any of this interests you please contact
Kath Hudson on k,email@example.com new email
Trudy Chinn on firstname.lastname@example.org
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