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- Arnold Bennett Society
- Blore Rural District History Society
- Bradley History Group
- Bridgetown and District Local History Society
- Broad Eye Windmill
- Berkswich History Society
- Eccleshall Historical Society
- Friends of the Ancient High House
- Friends of Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service
- The Friends of St Lawrence Church, Gnosall
- Friends of Victoria Park
- Friends of the William Salt Library
- Friends of Ingestre Orangery
- The Haywood Society
- History Group of Stafford (Walton) Phoenix Activities Group
- Hixon Local History Society
- Ingestre & Tixall Local History Group
- Izaak Waltons Cottage
- The Johnson Society
- Kings Bromley Historians
- Landor (Local History) Society
- Lichfield Civic Society.
- Lichfield & Hatherton Canals Restoration Trust
- Military Historical Society (Stafford)
- National Trust Staffordshire Centre.
- Ridware History Society
- Stafford Burgesses
- Stafford Morris Men
- Staffordshire Heritage Group
- Staffordshire County Council Heritage Department
- Stafford Historical & Civic Society
- Staffordshire History Group
- Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society
- Shire Hall Library
- Staffs Industrial Archaeology Society
- Stafford & Mid Staffs Archaeology Society
- St Chad’s Church Stafford
- The Bradley Trust (History Class)
- Wilkinson, David
We meet on a Saturday morning at Ingestre Orangery 10-12 am
Aim and Activities
To preserve for the nation Ingestre Orangery in the County of Stafford (the Building) and to carry on their activities which sustain the preservation of the Building and support and enhance the education, health and wellbeing of the local community.
Friends of Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive ServiceThe Friends of Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service (FoSSA) were formed to bring together the many different users of the Archive Service and to support its work. Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent are home to world-famous industries, elegant country houses and multitudes of organisations which embrace social, political and religious life.
Over centuries they have left a rich archival heritage. Archival collections contain unique and irreplaceable documents which form our recorded memory and tell the story of local communities; the role of the Archive Service is to locate, collect and preserve these collections and make them accessible to the public at the archive offices across Staffordshire.
The Friends host social events of interest to all archive users to raise funds for specific Archive Service projects (aimed at improving public access to collections) as well as aiming to raise awareness of the work of the Archive Service. They are also able to provide practical help to the Archive Service in the form of volunteers, and keep members up to date through regular Newsletters.
Annual membership £8.00; joint membership £12.00; corporate/society membership £15.00; life membership £100.00. Please make cheques payable to FoSSA and return to Malcolm Price, Membership Secretary. FoSSA , 23, The Flashes, Gnosall, Stafford. ST20 0HL
Contact Details:Chairman: Richard Totty
Telephone: (01543) 491830
Email address: email@example.com
Friends of the Ancient High HouseThe Friends aim is to support Stafford Borough Council in the development and promotion of the Ancient High House – claimed to be the largest timber framed town house in England.
They run a programme of events and activities for Members throughout the year, including outings to places of historic interest not normally open to the public.
In recent years they have been able to sponsor art and history projects and provide artefacts, furniture and other improvements to enhance the Museum and Exhibition areas within the House.
Contact Details:Chairman: Alan Appleby
Telephone: (01785) 822009
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of the William Salt LibraryThe Friends of the William Salt Library were formed to support the preservation of this unique library, which forms a vital part of Staffordshire’s heritage.
Through an annual programme of social events, the Friends raise funds to assist the Library in the ongoing task of preserving and conserving its collections and in the acquisition of new stock.
Volunteers assist in the improvement of the Library’s finding aids and in the practical task of cleaning and repackaging items from the collections.
Contact Details:Chairman: Mr David Jaques
Contact number: (01785) 850234
Contact: Margaret George. Tel (01889) 882472
Address: 36, Cliff Road, Great Haywood, Stafford. ST18 0SZ
If you would like to become a member then please contact the Honorary Secretary at email@example.com giving your postal address. We will then send you an application form. Annual subscription is £8 though higher subscriptions are welcomed. Life time membership costs £100.
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Friends of Victoria ParkWe are independent voluntary group who are active in “progressing community ownership” of Victoria Park.
The park is owned by Stafford Borough Council and belongs to the people of Stafford, for their peaceful enjoyment.
Working in partnership with the Borough Council, our aim is to improve, protect and market the park as a community space in the heart of Stafford Town.
Our activities involve;
• helping to develop maintenance and management plans
• acting as a community voice
• planting trees, shrubs, flowers and helping to create play areas, seating and other facilities
• conducting regular walkabouts
• organising activities that encourage local residents to use the park.
Contact Details:Chairman: Brian Russell
Contact number: (01785) 257790
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
History Group of Stafford (Walton) Phoenix Activities GroupI organise speakers on Historical subjects likely to appeal to members. This is printed in the newsletter of SWPAC as part of general programmes
Meetings take place on the first Wednesday of the month at Walton Village Hall, near Stafford.
Contact Details:Organiser: Janet Pamler
Contact number: (01785) 661076
Address: 34 Green Field Road, Stafford ST17 0PU
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Hixon Local History SocietyMeet at Hixon Memorial Hall, on the first Tuesday of each month (except August)at 8pm
General aims. To make people aware of the Heritage of Hixon and the local area.
Contact Details:Chairman: Timothy Moss
Contact number: 01889 271007
Secretary: Les Milnes
Contact number: 01889 270041
Ingestre & Tixall Local History GroupMeetings take place at the Village Hall at Tixall at 7.30pm on the last Wednesday each month except for December, May, July and August. There is a charge of £1 for each meeting attended with tea and biscuits included.
If you would like more information then please contact Anne Andrews via the above contact details.
Membership can be gained by again contacting Anne Andrews via the above contact details.
Contact Details:Chairman: Anne Andrews
Address: 2 The Hanyards, Tixall, Staffordshire ST18 0XY
Contact number: (01785) 246101
Email address: Tixandrews@hotmail.co.uk
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Izaak Waltons CottageAims to support activities at the Cottage Meet twice a year with Stafford Borough Council Heritage staff.
Contact Details:Chairman: Anthony Wilson
Contact number: (01543) 258076
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Tony Bridgett, 34 Windsor Drive, Leek ST13 6NL
Telephone: 01538 373163
Email Address: email@example.com.
KINGS BROMLEY HISTORIANSResearch all aspects of the history of Kings Bromley.
Contact Details:Chairman: Allen Howard
Contact number: 01543472722
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
LANDOR (LOCAL HISTORY)SOCIETYAims to generate an interest in local history and spread any local knowledge in the Rugeley area. Some members are able to research or organise campaigns. Others are content to attend monthly meetings and occasional outings.
Meetings take place on the 3rd Wednesday of every month from September to April. Starting at 7.30pm at Sneydlands, Rugeley.
Contact Details:Contact for membership. Chairman Miss Grace Neilson.
Telephone: 01889 586790
Staffordshire Heritage representative:- Mrs Dorothy Bradbury
Telephone: 01889 585519
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Lichfield Civic SocietyMembership meetings are held at St Mary’s in the Market Square, Lichfield monthly at 7:45pm Tuesday or Thursday.
AimsPreserving and enhancing the features and character of the Historic Cathedral City of Lichfield.
Contact Details:Chairman:John Thompson.
Address: 35 The Friary, Lichfield, Staffs, WS13 6QH
Telephone: 01543 264140
LICHFIELD & HATHERTON CANALS RESTORATION TRUSTPrincipal Aims : To promote the restoration of the Wyrley and Essington Canal from Ogley Junction to Huddlesford Junction (the “Lichfield Canal”) , and the Hatherton Branch of the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal, and also the construction of a navigable link between the Hatherton Branch and the Cannock Extension Canal.
Contact Details:Chairman: Brian Kingshott
Address: Park Cottage, Hopton Castle, Craven Arms, SY7 0QF
Contact number: Fax (01547) 530457
Contact: Sue Williams
Address: Norfolk House, 29 Hall Lane, Hammerwich, WS7 0QF
Contact number: (01543) 671427
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Contact: Trevor Morris
Address: 163 Halton Road, Sutton Coldfield, B73 6NZ
Contact: (0121) 3547952
Membership: Adult £10; Family £15; Junior (under 18), Student, Retired or Unemployed £6; Group (Clubs & Societies) £25; Corporate £200; Life Membership £200. Please use the above contact details and to join.
MILITARY HISTORY SOCIETYThe Military Historical Society has existed for over 50 years to provide a forum in which those who are interested in research into the Armed Forces of the Crowncan correspond or meet.
The MHS includes collectors of militaria ranging from badges through medals to postcards, regimental and military historians, researchers into family history and historical links between towns and the Army, and much more.
There are regular meetings in London and throughout branches around the country,
organised visits to sites of interest and museums.
The West Midlands Branch of the Military Historical Society was founded in 1973,
and has been active continuously since then.
Our membership includes collectors, students, and general enthusiasts.
Our interests cover all aspects of British, Imperial and Colonial military history,
from the English Civil War to the Gulf War, and from books, buttons & badges to medals, uniforms & equipment.
If you have an interest in military history, you are cordially invited to join us,
and attend our meetings, which are conducted on an informal and friendly basis.
We meet on the first Saturday afternoon of each month
Contact Details:Chairman: Chris Coogan
Contact Number: (01902) 844448
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Dave Cooper
Contact number: (01538) 703354
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NATIONAL TRUST STAFFORDSHIRE CENTREGroup meets at Walton on the Hill Village Hall. Dates and times vary.
The aim of the Group is to provide a social base for National Trust Members by organising talks, walks, outings and holidays.
Contact Details:Chairman Mrs Sue Willis
Phone 01785 247411
Secretary; Mrs Lesley Thompson
Phone 01889 882363
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RIDWARE HISTORY SOCIETY
The objectives of the Ridware History Society are:
To promote knowledge of the history of the Ridwares and history generally,
through a programme of talks and visits to historic sites;
- To encourage research by members into local history;
- To conserve historic sites and documents pertaining to local history;
- To liaise with other local history groups;
- To promote knowledge of our history & heritage among the general public.
All are welcome.
Chairman: Mark Eades
Contact: Marty and David Smith
Address: 8 Waters Edge, Handsacre, Rugeley WS15 4HP
Contact number: (01543) 307456
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in history. Membership costs £5.00 per person or £8.00 for families.
If you would like to become a member then please contact David Smith via the above details.
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Click here to view the location of Coach and Horses where we meet.
Shire Hall LibraryMarket Street, Stafford, ST16 2LG
- Monday: 8.30 am* – 6.00pm
- Tuesday: 8.30 am* – 6.00pm
- Wednesday: 8.30 am* – 6.00pm
- Thursday: 8.30 am* – 5.00pm
- Friday: 8.30 am* – 5.00pm
- Saturday: 9.00 am* – 4.00pm
- Sunday: 1.00pm – 4.00pm
- *8.30am – 9.00am – foyer service for return of items
Contact number: (01785) 278332
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ST CHAD’S CHURCH STAFFORDAims to promote history of Church through Timewalk, Meetings take place on Saturdays at St Chads.
Contact:Chairman: Heather Wilhelms
Contact number: (01785) 6015672
Email address: email@example.com
Click here to view a website of St Chad’s Church.
Click here to view directions to St Chad’s Church.
Stafford BurgessesThis is a social and communications forum for people who have been sworn in as Burgesses, (or Freemen) by the Mayor of Stafford. The Burgesses take part in many Civic occasions to maintain tradition.
Most of the activities have a historical basis, including visits, and social events including nearby guilds. We are happy to give talks on the history and responsibilities of the Stafford Burgesses to interested parties.
Contact Details:Chairman John Edwards.
Address: 5 Oak Close, Church Eaton, Stafford.
STAFFORD HISTORICAL & CIVIC SOCIETY(Founded in 1925 as the Old Stafford Society)Objects The objects of the Society shall be :
- To be concerned with and have regard for the history, archaeology, character, beauty and sociology of Stafford and its surrounding area.
- To collect, collate and record printed, graphic or other material of historic, archaeological, scientific or other interest.
- To encourage high standards of architecture, town planning and such other activities as these affect the character of Stafford and area.
- To stimulate public interest in, and care for the history, the beauty and character of Stafford and locality.
- To encourage the preservation, development, and improvement of features of historic interest or public amenity.
- To pursue these ends by meetings, exhibitions, lectures, visits to places of interest, publications, other forms of instruction and publicity, and the promotion of schemes of a charitable nature.
Contact: William Read
Contact number: (01785) 255552
Email: email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Address: 59 Burton Bank Lane, Stafford, ST17 9JJ
STAFFORD & MID STAFFS ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETYStafford and Mid-Staffs Archaeological Society has a membership of about 50, and meets regularly on Friday evenings once a month 1930 – 2130 from September to April (see below for our current programme dates) at St Bertelin’s Church, Holmcroft Road, Stafford. You will be very welcome to attend. All members pay an annual subscription and visitors are also welcome at a charge of £2 per meeting.
Contact:Chairman: Richard Hinton
Address: 59, Crescent Road, Rowley Park, Stafford, ST17 9AW
Contact number: (01785) 246565
Contact: Anne Mooney
Address: 41, Fernwood, Nursery Gardens, Stafford, ST16 1NN
If you would like to become a member then please contact Anne Mooney using the above details.
Click here to view a map for directions to our meeting place.
Stafford Morris Men.Chairman (Squire) Max Haynes. Hadleygate Cottage, Blithbury, Rugeley, Staffs. WS15 3HS. Phone 01889 574564 Mobile 07581121243
Most Monday evenings, 8pm at Holmcroft Community Centre, Stafford. ST16 1NL, unless we are performing elsewhere. Plus numerous performances in the local area and often further afield.
Web site www.staffordmorris.org.uk
Aims and activities.
Stafford Morris Men are a traditional male dance group that provides entertainment to the general public, or at private events. Members take part in the fun and exercise (physical and mental) as well as keeping alive the ancient folk art. (Stafford Morris Men have been around, certainly since the 16th century and probably before).
We welcome new members as dancers or musicians and require no experience, only enthusiasm! We receive no payment, but we do get to go to lots of interesting places.
Everybody wants us to keep the heritage alive, but few have the courage to join us!
We are happy to give talks and demonstrations to interested groups including the history and detailed explanation of the dances. We also, on occasions, perform Rapper and Longsword dances, as well as performing Staffordshire ‘Guizer Plays’ around Christmas time.
STAFFORDSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETYMeet St Mary’s Heritage Centre, Market Street, Lichfield
On Fridays at 8pm October to May.
Contact:Contact: Mrs F E Fox
Address: 6 Lawson Close, Aldridge, Walsall WS9 0RX
Chairman: Dr John Hunt
STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL HERITAGE DEPARTMENTThe group hosts a talk in February, a Dinner in March, a Conference in June, a Seminar in October, AGM in October and a Christmas Event.
Contact Details:Contact: Ian Wykes – Historic Environment
Address: Staffordshire County Council Development Services Dept, Riverway, Stafford, ST16 3TJ
Contact number: (01785) 277295
Email address: email@example.com
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Staffordshire Heritage GroupStaffordshire Heritage Group (formerly Stafford Borough Heritage Group) is an Umbrella organisation for local groups and societies interested in various aspects of our local Heritage.It meets regularly to exchange ideas and information and sponsors joint events which are normally beyond the individual groups, such as Lectures, Seminars and Visits.
Contact Details:Chairman: Margaret George
Address: 36, Cliff Road, Great Haywood, Stafford. ST18 0SZ
Contact number: (01889) 882472
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Mark Hartwell
Address: Ancient High House, Greengate Street, Stafford ST16 2JA
Email address: email@example.com
STAFFORDSHIRE HISTORY GROUPStaffordshire History Group was formed in 1991
The aim is to expand the group’s knowledge of the local history of Staffordshire through a series of historic walks,
visits and talks mostly compiled by original research or with added input from local historians.
Meet seasonally for our annual series of walks/visits to local towns/villages and, often private historic houses/buildings. Annual ‘double-bill’ lecture.
Option for courses on ‘Tracing Ancestry’ and ‘Local History Research’.
Any new ideas or input to expand the above activities are welcomed.
Contact:Contact: Margaret George (Founder of the group)
Contact number: 01889 882472
Address: 36 Cliff Road, Great Haywood, Stafford. ST18 0SZ
There is no membership fee to join us. Your name and address can be added to a mailing list if you wish. Please use the above contact details. Details and charges are given when booking any of the activities above.
STAFFS INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETYAims and Objectives
- To study and record by written, photographic and any other means the Industrial remains and techniques of outdated technology.
- To further the interest in our Industrial Heritage.
Discussion nights take place four weekly all year at Tixall Village at 7.30pm. Visits to areas of interest are arranged during the summer months.
Contact:Chairman: Jim Andrews
Address: 2 The Hanyards, Tixall, Staffordshire ST18 OXY
Contact number:(01785) 246101
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Jim Andrews
Address: 2 The Hanyards, Tixall, Staffordshire ST18 OXY
The Friends of St Lawrence Church, GnosallAims To raise funds for the fabric of the church and to encourage churchgoers and non-churchgoers to enjoy this historic building.
Contact Details:Chairman: Doreen Sheldrake
Contact number: (01785) 822423
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact: Jane Adcock
Contact number: (01785) 822558
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Haywood SocietyAims to stimulate public interest in the area and promote high standards of planning and architecture. To secure the preservation, development and implementation of features of historic or public interest in the villages.
Meetings take place every 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Sports & Social Club, Great Haywood at 8pm.
Contact Details:Chairman: Dr A S Bloor
Contact number: (01889) 881749
Address: Manor Farm Road, Little Haywood
Contact: Jane Maingay
Contact number: (01889) 881368
Address: Chase House, Colwich, Stafford, ST17 0XE
Email address: email@example.com
If you would like to become a member then please contact Ian Milne 1 Hazeldene, Main Road, Great Haywood, Stafford ST18 0SG on (01889) 882341.
Click here to view a map to the location of the Social Club.
The Johnson Society
There is no set meeting date during the year. Our main event is the Birthday Celebration weekend which is held from the Friday-Monday in September nearest to Johnson’s birthday of 18th September. Additionally the Society runs a series of lectures during the Winter months focussed either on Johnson or other notable figures of the 18th Century. In Spring or early Summer the Society will organise at least one trip to visit some place with a Johnsonian connection. Other events may be organised from time to time but on no regular basis.
Members also receive the Transactions, our annual report on the Society’s activities, which additionally includes articles relating to Johnson’s life. Beliefs, literary works and friends and acquaintances.
Aims and activities.The Societies aims are to
1 Encourage the study of, and further interest in, the life, works and times of Samuel Johnson 2. To assist in the preservation, maintenance, repair, restoration and enhancement of the contents of the Dr Johnson Birthplace Museum in Lichfield.
These are promoted by the activities listed above.
Contact Details:Chairman: Peter Barrett
Mr David WilkinsonDavid may be able to organise guided walks around various routes in central Staffordshire for groups of 20 or more.
This may be of interest to historical or archaeological societies, women’s institutes or any club or society.
It may be possible to organise a walk during a weekday evening in the summer or on weekend afternoons during late spring, summer or early autumn subject to permission being obtained from land owners.
If you organise events or outings for a club or society or want further information please do not hesitate to telephone to discuss possible walks.
Walks may include churches, parks, earthworks, monuments, ruined buildings, standing buildings and canals. Sources of information include maps, history and archaeology. David normally charges a fee of £40 although some walks incur an additional charge of £1.50 per person.
David Wilkinson also gives illustrated talks using PowerPoint. These include Tens Steps to Time Team; The Origins of Stafford; Medieval Watermills of Staffordshire; Medieval Moats of Staffordshire; Monastic Sites of Staffordshire; The Discovery of Stafford Castle. David normally charges a £30 fee plus travelling costs at 25p per mile travelled.
David Wilkinson was the Stafford Borough Council Archaeologist until 2003.
Contact: David Wilkinson
Contact number: (01785) 258589
Address: 5 Silkmore Crescent, Stafford ST17 4JL
If you would like further information then please do not hesitate to contact using the above contact details.
WEA Course Medieval Staffordshire. Summary of Course
10 evening sessions of 1.5 hours each starting Monday 25 September at 7.30pm
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- The Staffordshire Heritage Group would like to thank all those who supported our campaign and who helped in the design of the new Staffordshire County Flag, especially in view of the limited time allowed. Well done everyone. This was a great example of how our member groups are able to unite to maintain our heritage.
- Result of the Vote for The County Flag of Staffordshire The Flag Institute, the UK’s national flag charity, maintains the register of County Flags, which can be viewed on their website (www.flaginstitute.org) and works with county organisations to come up with suitable designs. The County Flags are based on the historic counties of the UK, rather than the modern administrative areas, so Staffordshire includes Stoke-on-Trent, Wolverhampton, and several other parishes that fall outside Staffordshire County Council’s area.
- The Flag Institute received two applications for a County Flag for Staffordshire, one from Staffordshire County Council (SCC) and the other from the Staffordshire Heritage Group (SHG), an umbrella organisation for many cultural groups in Staffordshire. Both applications met the Flag Institute’s criteria for applying and the Institute’s design guidelines, so the Flag Institute decided to give the people of Staffordshire an opportunity to vote for the design they liked best.
- Results of Public Vote:
- Staffordshire County Council: 211 (ie. 5 excluded) – 27.16% of validated votes
- Staffordshire Heritage Group: 566 (ie. 30 excluded) – 72.84% of validated votes
- The Staffordshire Heritage Group design is therefore the winner and it will be added to the Flag registry as the County Flag of Staffordshire. The Staffordshire County Council design will, of course, remain the Council’s own flag, as it is a banner of their arms.
- The winning design is shown below:
- The County Flag of Staffordshire
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British Association for Local History.
The Institute of Historical Research and the History of Parliament Trust have launched a pilot website called British History Online which is a digital library of British historical resources for historians of Britain located worldwide.
The Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals.
The National Monuments Record is the public archive of English Heritage holding over 10 million photographs, records, plans, drawings, reports and publications covering England’s archaeology, architecture, social and local history.
The Folklore Society, founded 1878, is one of the world’s oldest societies devoted to the study of folklore and the publication of folklore research.
The Historical Association.
The Institute of Historical Research.
Legacies is the BBC’s local history website, although it is no longer being updated.
During its existence the Local Heritage Initiative awarded over £23million in grants to over 1,400 projects to celebrate their local heritage. This site is a national archive of the projects.
The Local Population Studies Society is a charity devoted to the promotion of historical demography in a local context.
The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland has launched a digital archive of its Proceedings and its out of print monographs. The archive comprises over 3,000 articles and book chapters on Scottish archaeology, architecture, history and material culture published between 1792 and 1998.
The Victoria County History. The VCH is currently running a Heritage Lottery-funded project called England’s Past for Everyone (EPE). The project’s Explore England’s Past website provides free access to the local history materials produced by academics and volunteers as part of each county project. Resources include transcribed documents, images, text, and audio files that can be searched by location, theme, building type, time period, people and project.
Below you will find links to websites which will give you excellent information on places to visit in Staffordshire.
- Staffordshire County Council website leisure pages (click)
- Stoke city council Museums (click)
- Wolverhampton museums (click)
- Staffordshire Multimedia Archive (click)
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A full list of speakers and topics can be found in the PDF below.