The aim of the historical society is to research, preserve and make available archives, artefacts and information relating to Stockcross and the surrounding area, and to encourage active participation and interest in our local history. Visit the website to see our latest publications and new research.
A local history group for Aldermaston Village. The Group study, research, record and share the history of the area. The Group was formed in November 2017.
Project Purley is the local history society for Purley on Thames in the Royal County of Berkshire.
Project Purley was founded in 1982 by merging three groups, Transcribing Parish Registers, Natural History and Archaeology at the Church. We have a regular programme of talks on the 3rd Friday of each month from September to April and outings and visits in May, June and July. Our main social activities are a BBQ in July and a Christmas Party in December. Each year we sponsor performances by the Rain or Shine Theatre Company which raise money for local good causes.
Established in 1979, the HHA is one of the best supported groups in the town, and has about 170 members. Meetings are normally held on the 4th Wednesday of the month in the Corn Exchange, Hungerford, starting at 7.30pm. The Annual Membership Fee is £13.00 per person.
The origins of the Society date back to 1958 when the Historic Commercial Vehicle Club (as it was then) was formed by a small group of enthusiasts who between them owned less than a dozen preserved commercial vehicles.
The East Ilsley Local History Society has built up a varied membership base with followers as far as Lincolnshire, Aberdeen and even Australia. A detailed history of East Ilsley has been collated over a number of years and has been published into a booklet costing £2.
With a membership base of 40 people at a cost of £3 per year, it is a popular group to join. If you would like to become a member of the East Ilsley Local History Society please contact the Parish Council for further information or visit the website.
The East Garston Local History Society hears talks from third parties and members on topics of local history relating to the village, its inhabitants and the surrounding area and conducts research into those topics
An initiative by the Newbury Society and supported by the Newbury District Field Club, since the Open Day in March 2010, The City Project (TCP) have met regularly to plan further activities. The City is a historic area of Newbury.
The group primarily exists to promote, research and document the history of Bucklebury from the earliest times to the 21st Century and share findings with all those who are interested. We have oral recodings of memories of parishioners, and old photographs as well as the Bucklebury History database.