Axbridge Archaeological and Local History Society are helping to preserve Axbridge’s past for the future.
Would you like to learn more about the fascinating history of Axbridge and district?
Would you like to spend time with interesting, enthusiastic people – away from TV?
Would you like to undertake local history studies with expert guidance?
Would you like to help with projects managed by Society members?
Would you like to develop a local history project of your own?
Would you like use of our extensive Library of local history material?
Would you like to help organise the Society’s collection of items?
Would you like to work with the Axbridge Museum Trust to set up displays?
Would you like to receive our informative monthly newsletter “Retrospect”?
Would you like to join in guided tours of local sites of historical interest?
Would you like to have details of other local history society meetings throughout Somerset?
Then why not join AALHS as a new member, or to find out who they are, just go along to a meeting? The Society holds winter meetings starting at 7.30 p.m. in the Roxy at the top of the High Street, Axbridge, generally on the second Wednesday of the month.
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