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Avon Local History & Archaeology


ALHA is the umbrella group for local history and archaeology societies in Bristol, Bath, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset.

alha.org.uk/


Horton and Little Sodbury Local History Group


Talks held at Horton and Little Sodbury Village Hall, Horton, Horton BS37 6QN
Tel: 01454 314436


Sodbury and District Historical Society


The Society's objective is to increase awareness of the heritage of the area and to foster an interest in a wide range of local history.
Monthly lecture meetings are held on the second Friday of each month between September and May and, during the summer months, outside visits to areas of interest are organized. For more information please contact Kate Cox using the details below.

Tel: 01454 601535
www.mysodbury.co.uk/sodbury/sodbu...
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South Gloucestershire Mines Research Group


SGMRG was set up by local people to understand, record and where appropriate preserve the remains, of what was once an extensive industry, for the present community and future generations.
SGMRG is a voluntary organisation that relies on grants and donations from local people. Our membership is made up of archaeologists, surveyors, historians, engineers, cavers and those simply interested in finding more about what lies under their feet.
We have regular meetings, walks and talks including the opportunity to get involved in exploration, archaeology and resotoration work. If you would like more information contact the Chairman Roger Gosling:

Tel: 01454 883607
www.sgmrg.co.uk
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The Arts Society (Severn Valley)


We are a welcoming society for people who enjoy learning about all aspects of Decorative and Fine Arts. Meetings are held generally on the third Monday in the month from October to June. Each lecture, which lasts approximately one hour, is given in the morning and afternoon. Non-members wishing to attend a lecture may be able to do so as a Guest.
In addition we arrange visits to places of historic and cultural interest and hold days of special interest. We have volunteers engaged on conservation and preservation projects and others involved in Church Recording.

Chipping Sodbury Town Hall, 57-59 Broad Street, Chipping Sodbury BS37 6AD
tassv.org.uk/









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