……… to our website.

We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month 7.30 pm at Park Junior School Hall

Our next meeting

December 11th
Jonathan Briggs will present his talk on
Mistletoe –
history, myth, legend, harvest and trade

a wide-ranging talk about mistletoe, its traditions and legends, harvest and trade at Christmas,
and how this has changed in recent years and may change more in future.

Our 2020 calendar is now available.
£4 each at meetings, from the Town Hall or the Curiosity Shop in Queen’s Road.

If you would like a calendar posted to you please contact us. info@stonehousehistorygroup.org.uk

Cost £4 plus £2 postage and packing.

Our latest Journal Issue 8 is available for sale £5 each. Members are entitled to one copy at the reduced price of £4.
Copies are available at SHG meetings or from the Town Hall or The Curiosity Shop in Queen’s Road.
If you would like a copy (or copies) posted to you please contact us. Cost £5 each (£4 members) plus £2 postage and packing. 

Chancel c1910

This is the chancel of St Cyr’s Church around 100 years ago. Note the Ten Commandments written either side of the altar and the organ to the left.
See more photos of St Cyr’s Church.

Ever wondered who Arrowsmith Drive is named after? Or the Arrowsmith Pavilion in Oldends Lane?
Read about the Stonehouse man behind the name

Photo gallery of the Globe Inn

Cine Films taken by Cyril Chandler in 1945

These films were added to Youtube by Darrell Webb in around 2012.
Here are links to the films on Youtube and some comments by Darrell

Timeline of Stonehouse history – updated to 1930s