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Cirencester Archaeological & Historical Society

Newsletters

1980s

Newsletter 31 August 1989 6 pages A4 

• Cotswold Archaeology Trust - Dr. T.C. Darvill

Newsletter 30 August 1988 8 pages A4  

• Turnpikes Study Group - John Hartland  • Roman Garden at the Corinium Museum • Postcard,  and short notes  

Newsletter 29 July 1987 8pp A4 

• Regional Local History Meeting • Turnpikes Study Group - John Hartland • Roman Garden at Corinium Museum

Newsletter 28 May 1986 22pp+cover A5 

• Thanks to Joyce Barker • Turnpikes Study Group – John Hartland  • Langley’s Mill, Cirencester [14pp+ bibliography] – Robert Walls  • The Historic/listed Building Record at the Corinium Museum – David Wilkinson 

Newsletter 27 May 1985  20pp+cover A5 

• Turnpikes Study Group – John Hartland  • The Cirencester- Lechlade Road [21 refs + 1 illustration] – John Hartland  • Search Group: Education in Cirencester 1700-1945 – Jean Welsford  • A School Boys visit to the Exhibition – Keith Smith  • Excavations at Butlers Field, Lechlade • Cirencester Lockup • Rededication of the bells of the [Cirencester] Parish Church

 Newsletter 26 May 1984  28pp+cover 

• Turnpikes Study Group – John Hartland  • Search Group: Education in Cirencester 1700-1945 – Jean Welsford  • The Cirencester – Stroud Road – John Hartland  • Tour from Cheltenham to Birdlip and Cirencester in 1824 –[Rev. John Skinner]- Linda Viner  • Archaeological Investigations in St. Michael’s Field 1983 – David Wilkinson • Funeral Eulogy: David Verey 1913-1984 - Ven. Eric Evans, Archdeacon of Cheltenham

Newsletter 25 May 1983 26pp+cover A5 

• CAHS Rules [since updated! see membership page for current rules] • The Cirencester Flying-Post and Weekly Miscellany [50 Refs] – Jeremy Black  • Turnpikes Study Group – John Hartland  • Corinium Museum Garden • Tar Barrows, Whiteway Farm – J.Branston  • Sergeant-Major Henry Webb Stallworthy – C.R. Harington  • Excavations at The Ditches Hill-Fort, North Cerney • Obituary: Miss D M Radway 1893-1982

Newsletter 24 May 1982 22pp+cover A5   

• Turnpikes Study Group – John Hartland   • Corinium Museum Garden – Caroline Lucken  • Croome Memorial Lecture – David Verey   • Cirencester’s Fire Brigade – A.D. McWhirr  •  The Cirencester Obelisk – David Viner  • The Bull Inn – Philip Griffiths 

Newsletter 23 May 1981 16pp+cover F8  

• Cobbett in Cirencester – Anthony Denning 

Newsletter 22 May 1980 12pp+cover F8  

The Founding of the Society – D.A.D. • Cirencester Excavations • Obituary: R.W. Jennings - David Viner FSA

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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Cirencester Archaeological  & Historical Society

Newsletters 1980s

Newsletter 31 August 1989 6 pages A4 

• Cotswold Archaeology Trust - Dr. T.C. Darvill

Newsletter 30 August 1988 8 pages A4  

• Turnpikes Study Group - John Hartland  • Roman Garden at the Corinium Museum • Postcard,  and short notes  

Newsletter 29 July 1987 8pp A4 

• Regional Local History Meeting • Turnpikes Study Group - John Hartland • Roman Garden at Corinium Museum

Newsletter 28 May 1986 22pp+cover A5 

• Thanks to Joyce Barker • Turnpikes Study Group – John Hartland  • Langley’s Mill, Cirencester [14pp+ bibliography] – Robert Walls  • The Historic/listed Building Record at the Corinium Museum – David Wilkinson 

Newsletter 27 May 1985  20pp+cover A5 

• Turnpikes Study Group – John Hartland  • The Cirencester- Lechlade Road [21 refs + 1 illustration] – John Hartland  • Search Group: Education in Cirencester 1700-1945 Jean Welsford  • A School Boys visit to the Exhibition – Keith Smith  • Excavations at Butlers Field, Lechlade • Cirencester Lockup • Rededication of the bells of the [Cirencester] Parish Church

 Newsletter 26 May 1984  28pp+cover 

• Turnpikes Study Group – John Hartland  • Search Group: Education in Cirencester 1700-1945 Jean Welsford  • The Cirencester – Stroud Road – John Hartland  • Tour from Cheltenham to Birdlip and Cirencester in 1824 –[Rev. John Skinner]- Linda Viner  • Archaeological Investigations in St. Michael’s Field 1983 – David Wilkinson • Funeral Eulogy: David Verey 1913-1984 - Ven. Eric Evans, Archdeacon of Cheltenham

Newsletter 25 May 1983 26pp+cover A5 

• CAHS Rules [since updated! see membership page for current rules] • The Cirencester Flying-Post and Weekly Miscellany [50 Refs] – Jeremy Black  • Turnpikes Study Group – John Hartland  • Corinium Museum Garden • Tar Barrows, Whiteway Farm – J.Branston  • Sergeant-Major Henry Webb Stallworthy – C.R. Harington  • Excavations at The Ditches Hill-Fort, North Cerney • Obituary: Miss D M Radway 1893-1982

Newsletter 24 May 1982 22pp+cover A5   

• Turnpikes Study Group – John Hartland   • Corinium Museum Garden – Caroline Lucken  • Croome Memorial Lecture – David Verey   • Cirencester’s Fire Brigade – A.D. McWhirr  •  The Cirencester Obelisk – David Viner  • The Bull Inn – Philip Griffiths 

Newsletter 23 May 1981 16pp+cover F8  

• Cobbett in Cirencester – Anthony Denning 

Newsletter 22 May 1980 12pp+cover F8  

The Founding of the Society – D.A.D. • Cirencester Excavations • Obituary: R.W. Jennings - David Viner FSA

Publications

Newsletters 1980s

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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