Local Events

 Warmington Heritage did a project on Grove Farm a few years ago and there is a video on YouTube of Liz Newman speaking in 2012 about the Grove Farm project in a panel session entitled ‘Engaging With History’ at the Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Parish Studies Today’.

The link to the YouTube video is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2ajBOuu_Co

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Wednesday 24th October at 7.30 in the Market Hall Museum, Warwick, Dr Stanley Ireland is to give a talk on the coins in the second hoard from the Herb Centre site.  The hoard has now been acquired by the museum and is on display.  The museum opens at 7.00pm to allow time to see them.  This is a good opportunity to hear what Dr Ireland makes of the very rare coins from the civil war period in Rome following Nero’s death, and what they, and the other coins, might be doing in Warmington. 

The entrance is £7.50 and can be booked on the Museum website  http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/heritageboxoffice


Friday 22nd November 10-2.30 Hatton Village Hall A day school led by Dr John Hunt


Information From Warwickshire local History Society 



An important note is that from the autumn, the meetings of Warwickshire Local History Society will be moving to Aylesford School in Warwick.  This is in response to members’ requests for improved parking arrangements and it also improves audio-visual and IT provision.  

15 October 2019. Alan Godfrey ‘Postman’s Knock’ – the history of the post office in Warwickshire’

19 November 2019.  Dr John Bland ‘Madness in Warwickshire’

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Information required.

We are hoping to record how the village got it’s water supply in years gone by, including the use of springs, wells and hydraulic ram pumps (or any other methods of supply). Please use the “Contact Us” link at the bottom right of this page if you can help. Thank you.

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Edge Hill Light Railway

A new website for the EHLR has been created: ehlr.rocks  This is an evolving website and any help with their research into the EHLR will be welcomed. Please have a look at this interesting web site.

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