© Cirencester Archaeological & Historical Society & Contributors 2016-7 Registered Charity no. 287289
Cirencester Archaeological & Historical Society

Newsletters

2000-2009

Newsletter 50: August 2009 12 pages A4  

The changing pattern of Cirencester’s pubs – David Viner • Reports on the year’s lectures

Newsletter 49 April 2009 4 pages A4  

• Identifying our publications at Gloucestershire Archives • Place Names - David Viner  • Public Art -  David Viner  

Newsletter 48 September 2008 12 pages A4  

 The Independent or Congregational Chapel in Wharf Road  (drawing, mid 19th century) Jerome K.Jerome and Cirencester's Sheep Street Chapel -Richard Reece and Katherine Ashley  • Reports on the year's meetings

Newsletter 47 April 2008 4 pages A4   

• What's in a Cirencester name? - David Viner

Newsletter 46 September 2007  20 pages A4  

• Reports on the meetings held during the year The Founding of the Society - Tony Denning [first published in Newsletter 22]

Newsletter 45 August 2006 4 pages A4  

The Cirencester Obelisk - David Viner [Reprinted with updated material from Newsletter 24]

Newsletter 44 April 2006 19 pages A4  

• Annual report on our 50th year • Lecture reports for the year • Local history enquiries sent to the Society during the year

Newsletter 43 April 2005 12pp A4  

• Reports on the Year's Lectures

Newsletter 42 September 2001 20 pages A4 

 • Brief reports on lectures of the previous series Planning & Development matters - a policy statement  • Research enquiries, websites • Turnpike Group update • The Anchor Inn, Gloucester Street, Cirencester - Philip Griffiths  • Fred Petrie [1917-2001], a tribute - David Viner  • The Corps of Militia in the County of Gloucester - The Royal North Gloucestershire Regiment and the Militia Flags - Fred Petrie

Publications

One of the aims of the society is to publish information concerning the past of Cirencester and its environs. This has been achieved by publishing Newsletters containing short articles and, recently, short reports on talks held during the year (these latter now online). Longer studies have been published as the Miscellany series. All publications to up to last year have been lodged with the Gloucestershire Archives. They can be found by quoting reference D10989, and are open for research at the Archives. All publications can be found using the tabs above. We do have a small stock of back numbers of both Newsletters and Miscellany. If we have what you want, back issues of Newsletters are £3 each and of Miscellany are £5 from our editor. The Society is keen to have assistance for future publications. If you feel up to editing or even researching new material, our Editor will be pleased to hear from you. If you have an article suitable for publication in short form about some aspect of local history we may be able to help. Contact our editor

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© CAHS & contributors 2016-7 Registered Charity 287289
Cirencester Archaeological  & Historical Society

Newsletters 2000-2009

Newsletter 50: August 2009 12 pages A4  

The changing pattern of Cirencester’s pubs – David Viner • Reports on the year’s lectures

Newsletter 49 April 2009 4 pages A4  

• Identifying our publications at Gloucestershire Archives • Place Names - David Viner  • Public Art -  David Viner  

Newsletter 48 September 2008 12 pages A4  

 The Independent or Congregational Chapel in Wharf Road (drawing, mid 19th century) Jerome K.Jerome and Cirencester's Sheep Street Chapel -Richard Reece and Katherine Ashley  • Reports on the year's meetings

Newsletter 47 April 2008 4 pages A4   

• What's in a Cirencester name? - David Viner

Newsletter 46 September 2007  20 pages A4  

• Reports on the meetings held during the year The Founding of the Society - Tony Denning [first published in Newsletter 22]

Newsletter 45 August 2006 4 pages A4  

The Cirencester Obelisk - David Viner [Reprinted with updated material from Newsletter 24]

Newsletter 44 April 2006 19 pages A4  

• Annual report on our 50th year • Lecture reports for the year • Local history enquiries sent to the Society during the year

Newsletter 43 April 2005 12pp A4  

• Reports on the Year's Lectures

Newsletter 42 September 2001 20 pages A4 

 • Brief reports on lectures of the previous series Planning & Development matters - a policy statement  • Research enquiries, websites • Turnpike Group update • The Anchor Inn, Gloucester Street, Cirencester - Philip Griffiths  • Fred Petrie [1917-2001], a tribute - David Viner  • The Corps of Militia in the County of Gloucester - The Royal North Gloucestershire Regiment and the Militia Flags - Fred Petrie

Publications

Newsletters 2000-2009

One of the aims of the society is to publish information concerning the past of Cirencester and its environs. This has been achieved by publishing Newsletters containing short articles and, recently, short reports on talks held during the year (these latter now online). Longer studies have been published as the Miscellany series. All publications to up to last year have been lodged with the Gloucestershire Archives. They can be found by quoting reference D10989, and are open for research at the Archives. All publications can be found using the tabs above. We do have a small stock of back numbers of both Newsletters and Miscellany. If we have what you want, back issues of Newsletters are £3 each and of Miscellany are £5 from our editor. The Society is keen to have assistance for future publications. If you feel up to editing or even researching new material, our Editor will be pleased to hear from you. If you have an article suitable for publication in short form about some aspect of local history we may be able to help. Contact our editor
Cirencester Obelisk Newsletter 45
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