The Society was formed in January 2011 and exists to collect, research and study information concerning the history of Prestbury, and to stimulate public interest in, and appreciation of, our local history.
Meetings are normally held on the fourth Monday evening of each month except July, August and December, at the Prestbury WI Hall unless otherwise specified. Please see the Meetings page for details of our current schedule of events and talks.
We are always pleased to welcome new members and visitors. Members pay an annual subscription of £10 and guests £2.00 for the event attended. Please see the Membership page for details.
Resources: We have several publications produced by our members on various aspects of Prestbury’s history. These can be downloaded from the Publications page. We are also developing an Archive of local materials which will be available to researchers. The PLHS Archive is held at Prestbury Library and we’d love to hear from you if you have any photos, letters or other materials relating to Prestbury.
Would you like to try some research? We would be pleased to help you get started, no previous experience necessary. Please see our Research page for ideas and guidelines.
If you have any questions or comments please contact us at email@example.com
Good Evening,My name is Martyn Seabrook I live in Guernsey.My relation Sir James Herbert Seabrooke lived in your village at Wayside,Mill Lane,Prestbury until his death in 1932?I have had some research done by Sue Woodward.Would you have any Family Photos of the Family in your Archive as I believe that you have many items in your collection.
Regards Martyn Seabrook
I have emailed you with regard to a photo of the Pockett family. Please let me know you have received my message. Many thanks.
Good Morning Angela. I am sorry but I have only just received your reply. I hope you might have some info still for me regarding the Seabrooks of Prestbury.