Are you interested in local history? The Thornbury Local History and Archaeology Society meets on the second Tuesday of every month between October and May.
We have an interesting programme of speakers, both academic and knowledgeable amateur historians. Talks are illustrated either by powerpoint or occasionally by films or physical artefacts.
The talks cover a wide variety of topics all based on our local area. We also normally organise a summer outing to a local site of historical interest.
The talks normally take place at 7.30pm at St Mary's Church Hall in Eastbury Road. There is a refreshment break half way though a talk when tea/coffee and biscuits are provided.
During the pandemic some of the talks have been on Zoom. Please check the Society’s facebook page or here on MyThornbury.co.uk for details.
Membership is £10 for the year or you can come as a visitor for £2.50 for a single meeting.
For more information about membership or our programme of events, e-mail Stephen Griffiths at .
We look forward to welcoming you to a meeting soon.
Click the links below to read the essays that won our recent Castle School competition:
Enquiries regarding local and/or family history are best directed to the Thornbury (Local History) Research Group via the Thornbury and District Museum at
We have an archive of articles based on past meetings here on the website for you to browse through: