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Halstead & District Local History Society

Halstead, Essex, England. Registered Charity No. 289304

Patron: Adrian Corder-Birch, D. L.,  President: Malcolm Root, FGRA

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40

1976 -2016

Years

Sharing Our Heritage

What’s in Granny’s Tin?


A talk by Chris Winter, one of our societies Vice Presidents

15th September 2016

7:30pm

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MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

The Halstead & District Local History Society is open to all. If you’re interested in local history, why not come along to one of our meetings?

If you would like more information about or to join the Society:

Click here to read a collection of articles that have appeared in our magazine

Email us: info@halsteadhistory.org.uk

The Halstead and District Local History Society was formed on Thursday December 16th 1976 at a meeting held in the Scout Hut, New Street, Halstead.

The Society currently has a membership of over 100 and holds meetings on the third Thursday of each month in the Baptist Church, Hedingham Road, Halstead, Essex.

Each year we run a varied programme of local history related meetings spanning the dark ages to more recent times including the influence of the industrial revolution on the area.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES FOR 2016

Shopping in Halstead a Century Ago - A new book by Dave Osborne

Halstead Museum Evans Electroselenium Exhibition

24th & 25th September

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Look out for more events soon

Look out for more events soon

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Autumn 2016 Talks & Reunions