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Trips, GDPR, AGM, Etc.
Dear all Sadly I have to announce that the trip to Chipping Campden has been cancelled because of low numbers. The Museum needed a minimum number to lay on a tour. Some of our recent trips have not attracted many takers so we are having a bit of rethink for next year. If you have any […]Read more
The planned trip 24th May to the Cour Barn Museum is now Cancelled
At the time that bookings had to be confirmed there were insufficient names for a group outing. But of course you can make private arrangements to visit the museum.Read more
BHS Newsletter May 2018
Dear all, We have had a brief taste of summer so now it is time for summer outings with the Banbury Historical Society. The first one is next month: if you were thinking of joining this one and just hadn’t got round to booking, please could you do so ASAP? The Museum has asked […]Read more
Workshop session: Kew Archive, Census, & history of houses
Dear all, Belatedly, I send Easter greetings and hopes that not too many of you have been washed away or drowned during the Easter weekend’s wet weather. We meet again on April 12th for our last ‘sit-down’ event of the society’s year. This will be a ‘workshop’ session, so if you are interested in doing […]Read more
Medieval Farms, Farming and the Rural Economy.
Dear all, Another reminder about our lecture this coming Thursday, 8th March 2018. If like me you had all sorts of things cancelled last week because of the snow, you will welcome the opportunity to get out to something interesting. We have Dr.Rosamund Faith, who wrote an important book some years ago called The English Peasantry […]Read more
Banbury Historical Society
Dear all, Our next lecture on February 8th is going to be a very Oxford affair. It is entitled “Old Obadiah, sing Ave Maria”: the Strange Case of Obadiah Walker, Master of University College, Oxford, 1676-1689. Obadiah Walker was an undergraduate, Fellow and Master of University College from the 1630s to the 1680s. A […]Read more