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Hartlebury History Society was formed in 1996, following an initial meeting in St. James Church, Hartlebury when a Committee was established.

The function of the Society is:

To present interesting and regular speakers on a variety of topics, where possible with special reference to Hartlebury and Worcestershire, but often more wide ranging; and to research the life and times of the Parish.

The Society meets at the Parish Hall, Waresley Court Road, Hartlebury (unless otherwise stated) at 7.30pm, on the 3rd Thursday of each month (except August).


Details of speaker for the evening are available on the membership card and in Hartlebury Parish magazine.  

The Society is run by an elected Committee, which meets regularly.

Research is carried out by a sub-committee and/or any interested members when topics are identified.

The Society publishes The ‘Discovery’ magazine bi-annually containing a variety of historical articles.   The magazine can be purchased from the Society and Hartlebury Post Office at a cost £2

The annual subscription is:

Single membership £9.00

Two members at the same address £16.00

The entrance charge at meetings is:

Members £2.00

Guests    £3.00

All are most welcome!

New members are always welcome, and can join by completing an application form available from Members Secretary, Carol Priest on mandcp@talk21.com



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