Here you will be able to find dates of our monthly open meetings, how to contact the committee, and updates on our latest research and projects.
Membership fee is £5 a year, renewable at the AGM in September each year. Members pay £1 at each meeting to help pay for the hall and boost funds. Visitors are always welcome at meetings and other activities for a modest £2 contribution.
We hope that you like this new layout for our website. It will allow us to add more pages so that more of our archives can be shared with everyone. It took a couple to weeks to sort out, but seems to be Ok now, fingers crossed.
Just click on the menu bar, at the top of each page, to change pages.
Annual village walk, led by David Hart. We met at 6.30 p.m. from The Woolpack Pub, St. Georges. A walk along the course of the Banwell River and back to the pub for supper. Lovely company and very informative. Many thanks to Dave and Barrie for the talks and to Tony and John for the pictures.
Email Peter Johnson, our membership secretary
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Come along to a meeting. We always have an information desk with Peter and Jenny ready to help. You'll need to part with £5 for your annual subscription and £1 for the meeting. You will get your membership card, programme for the year and a pamphlet with useful info. Welcome to the fun!
We received confirmation on 6th June 2017 that our Clock Tower War Memorial has been Grade 2 listed by Historic England. It was the intention in 1919 to provide a long lasting memorial to remember the people of Worle who gave their lives, and to count the seconds of Peace. Members of Worle History Society, Peter Johnson and Frank Gosden, have worked tirelessly to secure the listing.
Historic England reference number is 1446117. The link below gives details of the listing: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1446117
Our research team have been working hard on investigating the 43 memorials within the Church building and presented their findings at the meeting in St Martin's Church. Windows, plaques, tablets were all discussed.
Very good attendance on the hottest June day for 40 years. The picture shows our chairman, Bob Champ and Rev. Anne Farmer melting over the font.
Sincere thanks to the research team for all their exceptional work. The teas went down well, too.
£6 each - such a bargain. Brilliant presents for folk who are forced to live elsewhere!! This is the last year that our great calendar boys are carrying out this task. Sincere thanks to Tony and John for all their wonderful efforts and for the money it has raised for the society. Pop into Skidmore's in the High Street or contact us by phone or email.
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Members can come along to one of our Open Days. Coffee, tea and biscuits available at 2 The Dell, Worle, and we'll guide you through all our archives and 'stuff'. Look at the Archive page to see what's what.
Dates for 2017: All Wednesdays: 10th May; 9th August; 8th November. 10.00 a.m. until 4 p.m.
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