MONDAY 23RD JANUARY 7.30 p.m. in the WI HALL
PRESTBURY HIGH STREET IN LIVING MEMORY by DAVID JONES
PRESTBURY LOCAL HISTORY MEETINGS FOR 2023
MONDAY 23RD JANUARY Prestbury High Street in living memory by David Jones
MONDAY 27TH FEBRUARY Winchcombe and it’s lost Abbey by David Aldred
MONDAY 27TH MARCH The Grotto by Roger Beacham
MONDAY 24TH APRIL Over the Hill by Michael Cole
The committee of Prestbury Local History Society would like to wish a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our members and followers of our website.
In 2023 we have our first meeting of the year when David Jones will be talking about Presbury High Street in living memory
Monday 23rd May at 7.30 p.m. in the W I Hall
Place names in Northern Gloucestershire by David Aldred
The next Prestbury Local History Society meeting will be on Monday 25th April at 7.30 in the WI Hall
“PEOPLE FROM PRESTBURY’S PAST” By Michael Cole
Nicholas Herbert is the speaker on Monday 28th March at 7.30 p.m. in the W I Hall
The subject is “Inns and Traffic in the Coaching Age”
Open to visitors at a cost of £2.00
MONDAY 24TH JANUARY 2022 AT 7.30 p.m. AT W I HALL
THE SCOUTS AND PRESTBURY -A PRESENTATION BY DAVID LYLE
Prestbury Local History Society welcomes you back.
We are delighted that a significant number of our members are keen to return to our presentations at the WI hall, so your committee has arranged the following:
September 27th “Travelling Through time” a Prestbury video.
We have used this interesting video before in 2015, but it is well worth a return viewing. It tells us about people and activities in our village throughout the ages using local voices.
October 25th “A day at the races” an entertaining talk by Peter McNeil.
November 22 “Charity Begins at Home”, how the Prestbury United Charities began by Tony Noel.
Your committee is actively booking our speakers for the new season, some of whom were not available this Winter, but will return in 2022.
A selection of PLHS books are still available from the Prestbury village stores and of course at our presentation evenings.
NEW BOOK FOR SALE
PRESTBURY PAST & PRESENT VOLUME 3 by NORMAN J BAKER
The book is in 3 parts .The first is a study of life in the middle part of the 18th century
The second deals with tithing in the parish
The third addresses watercourses running through and round Prestbury
The cost of the book is £12 and it is available at Budgen’s High St store or by contacting email@example.com
Southam and Prestbury by Michael Cole with Hilary McDaniel Douglas
The book describes the common heritage of Southam and Prestbury through five centuries. The Baghott and Delabere families were the principal landowners who had an astonishing decline. Lord Ellenborough, also was resident for forty years and the strange disappearance of Prestbury’s ancient manor are also included.
Cost of book is £12.00 and is available at Budgen High St stores in Prestbury or by contacting prestburylocalhistory@gmail or firstname.lastname@example.org