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Our Next Meeting

... is on Wednesday, February 21st at 7.30 pm in The Church Hall, Butts Road, Chiseldon SN4 0NJ.

Nick Baxter   will be giving a talk entitled ‘Victorian Marlborough’.

During the reign of Queen Victoria, Marlborough was a very different place from that which it is now.  The gasworks, prison, workhouse, tanneries, brewery and railway stations have all disappeared – but their influence survives.

Meetings are free to members, but there is a £3.00 charge for visitors.  Why not join us?  Membership is still only £10 a year.  For details of the 2017-18 programme of talks and events, click here.


Talks
We can offer talks to interested groups on the village and its history, on the Cauldrons and on Chiseldon Camp. Please get in touch via the website, email or phone for more details.

Photo Archive
The username and password for the photo archive have changed.  Members can download a Terms of Use form here. When we receive your completed form, we will give you the new login details.

Thanks!
Many thanks to Peter Derbyshire and Mac Lawson of Wroughton who have renewed the handle on the bier in the Chiseldon Museum, and made a splendid job of it!

Talk & Tour - 'The People in the Church'
The stories behind some of the family monuments in Holy Cross Church.  If you would like to join the waiting list for the next tour, probably in Spring 2018, click here.

Talk & Tour - 'Chiseldon Camp'
Chiseldon Camp trained thousands of British, American and Commonwealth troops in both World Wars.  David Bailey, author of two books on the camp, gives an occasional talk and tour of the site.  If you would like to join the waiting list for the next tour, click here.

Chiseldon Museum
The Museum in The Old Chapel, Butts Road is now closed until April next year, when it will re-open with new exhibitions, including details of Chiseldon men who died in The Great War in 1918.  (Picture of Chiseldon School Class 6 visit.)
Supported by Chiseldon Parish Council
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