Local History Societies


Local History and Heriatege Societies in the North East of England. This is not an exhaustive list!

from http://www.gatesheadlocalhi...
Gateshead Local History Society
- "Gateshead Local History Society was formed in September 1964 by Gateshead Libraries and the membership has continued to grow each year...."

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from http://seaton-sluice.btck.c...
Seaton Sluice and Old Hartley Local History Society
- Includes history and pictures of Seaton Sluice, Old Hartley and Seaton Delaval Hall

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from http://whickhamhistory.weeb...
Whickham History Society

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from http://anlhs.org.uk/
Association of Northumberland Local History Societies
- ANLHS was founded in 1966 to promote interest in the local history of the historic county of Northumberland, to encourage the formation of new local history societies, and to encourage ...

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from http://www.spitaltongues.or...
Spital Tongues History Society
- "Founded in 1992, Spital Tongues History Society is dedicated to promoting and learning about history. Our interest covers history in all its forms - at the local level and beyond."

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from http://www.annfieldplain-fh...
Annfield Plain Family History Society
- Photographs, resources etc. "We are a group of like minded people with an interest in Family & Local History, based in Annfield Plain but covering the history of the whole of ...

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from http://www.durhamintime.org...
Tudhoe & Spennymoor Local History Society
- "Situated on the south side of the Wear Valley, midway between the ancient settlements of Bishop Auckland and Durham, Spennymoor only came into existence during the mid 19C. Previously, eight ...

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from http://www.coxhoehistory.or...
Coxhoe Hall
- "...It was set high on a south facing hillside adjacent to the site of Coxhoe medieval village. A tree-lined avenue led to the Hall and it was surrounded by grounds ...

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from http://www.howden-le-wearhi...
Howden-le-Wear History Society
- Website of the Society founded in March 1995. The site includes a detailed village history, 101 facts, and section on the First World War.

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from http://www.crasterhistory.o...
Craster Local History Group
- "The Craster Local History Group was formed in 2006 with the objective of promoting interest in the history of the North East with particular reference to the Craster area...."

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from http://www.aycliffehistory....
Aycliffe Village Local History Society
- "Aycliffe Village Local History Society had its inaugural meeting 30 November, 2004. It is for anyone interested in local history, especially that of the Great Aycliffe area...."

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from http://skinhist.co.uk/
Skinningrove History Group
- "Skinningrove History Group has gathered over several years hundreds of photographs and recorded interviews and stories. They create a colourful and rich history of Skinningrove and the people who have ...

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from http://www.allenvalleysloca...
Allen Valleys Local History Group
- "The Allen Valleys Local History Group actively supports research into the history of the Allen valleys. It aims to share knowledge uncovered by the Group and others, while celebrating Allen ...

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from http://www.washingtonhistor...
Washington History Society
- "Washington History Society is an informal group of people who work together to keep the history of Washington alive. We collect and preserve photographs, documents and memorabilia, while taking an ...

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from http://heddonhistory.weebly...
Heddon on the Wall Local History Society
- "Heddon on the Wall Local History Society is an organisation within the historic village of Heddon on the Wall for people interested in the history of the village and the ...

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