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513 - Local History Group Programme of Events

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Woodborough Local History Group’s

2017 programme

of meetings

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Woodborough Local History Group

Our next meeting in the

Institute on Roe Lane will be on -


20th April 2017 at 7.30pm

Stephen Walker speaks about “London boys”


Refreshments are served

Visitors and new members

Always welcome!!

The Institute now has the Loop

system suitable for most types of

hearing aids that have a ‘T’ setting

Please support our local SPAR shop and PO. Farhad will deliver groceries within the village so no excuses then.

It is a lovely well stocked shop and we wish the proprietor

Mr Farhad Sidiki every success.

Woodborough’s new shop and PO

Woodborough Local History Group holds meetings monthly (except August) with illustrated talks on a wide range of subjects. New members and visitors are welcome to join us at our meetings all of which are held in the Institute on Roe Lane (Loop system available for hearing aid users). Refreshments are provided at the end of each session.

See the box below for the details of the next meeting. So why not join us as we continue our 2017 programme?

Home page updated 18th March 2017

Newly added pages on this site

Page updates on this site

Newly added Themed Albums

Newly added photos (Themed Albums)

We have not only showcased all the photographs provided by Woodborough people, but we have also added to them photographs sent by people from other locations in the UK and abroad.

Through the www we have given back, to a much wider audience, Woodborough’s pictorial history, its buildings, people and events.

Follow the link below left to THEMED PHOTO ALBUMS

Thank you to everyone who has made this possible.

Above, one of five ‘gateway’ signs on the approach roads into Woodborough erected during December 2016.