WW1 Armistice Day Anniversary.
Links to other groups. Can I suggest that you take a look at other history groups in Herefordshire by visiting the links to 'other groups--' to see what they are getting up to. I've got the links working properly now. The Mortimer Society is particularly interesting and informative. http://www.mortimerhistorysociety.org.uk/ Walks. This is a new venture on… Continue reading Other history groups and some of our local walks.
Evidence of Roman life in the parishes of Whitchurch and Ganarew. Whist there is so much evidence of Roman activity and building within a short distance of Whitchurch there is little evidence of an actual Roman settlement within our parishes and there are only 2 records of buildings, or remnants of buildings, with Roman connections… Continue reading Romano Whitchurch.
Once a town of once some 10,000 when the population of London was only 40,000 people and is now what is now just a village, just south of Monmouth and not far from us. Some of our members went to see the Lost City last week. For those of you who missed the opportunity or did… Continue reading The Lost City of Trellech.
K6 telephone kiosk at Crockers Ash. Update July 2018. There are three old and decommissioned K6 type red phone boxes in our parish that now belong to Whitchurch and Ganarew Parish Council. (WAGPC) They are located in Crockers Ash, Great Doward and Symonds Yat West and their present condition varies. The History Society originally offered and… Continue reading Crockers Ash Phone box update. Work comes to a standstill.
Dear friends, I just signed the petition "Stop the privatisation of Herefordshire's Libraries, Museums and Archives" and wanted to ask if you could add your name too. If this problem had been better advertised there might be more than 1,337 signatures to date. That looks as if only 1,337 people care. We must do better… Continue reading Privatisation of Herefordshire’s Libraries.
I expect that we have all read the short descriptions and tourist brochure type information packets about Little Doward Hill fort and other local hill forts in general but it is unusual to come across a detailed report and the history of this, one of the largest hill forts in the country. So… Continue reading Little Doward Hill Fort.
Next time you are walking on Little Doward hill and you come across the beautiful, friendly white cattle please be mindful of their special status as one of the rarest of rare breed cattle in the UK with a lineage traceable back a thousand years if not more. There are several types of White Park… Continue reading The 1,000 + year old White Park Cattle of Little Doward.
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