The Society is an entirely voluntary organisation and, regrettably, cannot provide a research service. You are encouraged, however, to visit the History Centre, during a public opening, where help and guidance can be provided.
Please note that the History Centre welcomes everybody, but we do ask people not to bring babies or animals, while children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
If possible, a donation to help defray running costs is appreciated.
The information about the History Centre collection given on this website is rather informal in nature and it is possible for a reader to ‘read into’ or expect more about an item found in these web pages than may actually exist. If you are planning a visit to the History Centre on the basis of something found in these web pages we advise the reader to make enquiries with the society before the visit – especially if travelling a distance.
Public Openings 2020
The History Centre is open on the following Tuesdays from 10:30 until 12:30
If our openings need to change we will try and post them on the website. So, please check here before visiting, especially if travelling a distance.
It is sometimes possible to arrange for the History Centre to open at other times for a small charge.
Click here, to arrange an appointment. It helps us to help you if you explain the reason for your visit and any items you think you would like to view.
Using Film/fiche reader or large maps
If you think you might to wish use film or fiche readers on a Tuesday morning you are advised to reserve a place in advance as both equipment and table space are limited.
Access to large maps and documents cannot be guaranteed on Tuesday mornings.
You may wish to arrange a private appointment.
There is ample free parking space in the Village Hall car park.