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Nottinghamshire Family History Society
Invite you to visit their
New Research Room
Galleries of Justice Museum, High Pavement, Nottingham
Wednesday/Thursday 10.15 -
They also hold meetings on 3rd Wednesday of each month at the New Mechanics Institute on South Sherwood Street -
SOUTHWELL HERITAGE TRUST
Registered Charity No. 1135591
Southwell Heritage Trust (SHT) was incorporated as a private limited company, limited by guarantee, in January 2010, and is a registered charity. The trustees and members of the Trust are drawn from various heritage groups, the town council, and other interested parties. The Objects are:
To secure the preservation and protection of features of special historic interest for the benefit of the nation.
To facilitate and enhance public knowledge, appreciation and enjoyment of the rich heritage of Southwell.
To establish and maintain a Heritage Centre in Southwell.
In furtherance of the objectives of the charity the Trust is the promoter of the Discovering Southwell Project:
Linking Place, Community and Culture
‘Discovering Southwell’ is an ambitious project to celebrate the people, places, history, culture and nature of Southwell. It is dedicated to encouraging a deeper connection to Southwell through stories, objects and shared experiences of its past, present and future. It is for everybody who lives, works, trades, visits and enjoys being in Southwell.
Further details will be released shortly on a new website that is being developed:
Please note your diary for the following event:
‘Discovering Southwell’ Information Day
Everyone is welcome to find out more about Discovering Southwell, by attending our Information Day on Saturday 18th May 2019 at Southwell Library from 10.00am to 2.30pm.
Watch out for further details in The Bramley