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 all happily research the last 1000 years in Worle, live happily with our memories, enjoy the here and now and plan for the future. Such fun.
Just click on the menu bar, at the top of each page, to change pages.
Cover painting by Derek Stenner
Worle is as quiet as it was in 1953 on Sundays!. We have sold 100 books. 150 to go. £10 each. Order at https://onedayinourlives.wordpress.com Or email email@example.com
Aiming for £1,500 for the hospital
Brian's "Chronological History" of Weston-super-Mare runs to 440 A4 pages with a full 3 part index of people/places/things.
He has sent us lists of the projects completed which appear on the new page.
Click on the link at the top of the page above to see his list and other contributions of Worle documents wills/deeds. Happy hunting.
Brian has won the 2020 BALH Award for Personal achievment. Hurrah!
The first Blue Plaque in Worle, can be seen on the north wall of Worle Village Primary School, Church Road, Worle. The four walls of the school hall were originally the main structure of a Medieval Monastic Barn. The school was opened in 1865 and has been familiar to generations of Worle's children. Worle History Society is proud to have funded the plaque which was unveiled on Wed 12th December 2018
Email Peter Johnson, our membership secretary
firstname.lastname@example.org OR phone Raye Green on 01934 516773 OR
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!
Members only, I'm afraid.
Members can come along to one of our Open Days. 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 2020 to be announced or ring and arrange to pop in. 516773