Landor (Local History) Society




DID YOU KNOW?

The Archive service have an on-going project to put online Staffordshire Parish Registers
and other documents useful to genealogists. The first Registers went live last year on the 'Findmypast' website.http://www.findmypast.co.uk  
Access is free at record offices and libraries in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.


 
Another ongoing project is to index and digitise Great War military appeal tribunal records  for mid-Staffordshire, which will eventually be freely available on the internet.


Three short walks following in the footsteps of J.R.R.Tolkien in Great Haywood and the Chase
have been devised in association with the Ramblers Association.  Look out for the free leaflet/map.
Rugeley’s Boer War plaque is now on display at the Staffordshire Regiment Museum at Whittington.



“Cannock Chase WW1” are looking for volunteers to act as guides at the Great War Hut
and  to lead guided walks.Anyone who might be interested is invited to a coffee afternoon at the Wolseley Centre on April 27th 2015.

 

The Landor (Local History) Society will be arranging its usual annual display again this year: the theme being ”Law and Order” (to be confirmed).If you could help with stewarding at the Charter Fair on June 6th 2015 or Brereton
Carnival on July 11th 2015 please contact Marion Kettle.










The Landor (Local History) Society serves Rugeley, Staffordshire and the neighbouring parishes.  We care about the heritage of the town of Rugeley and its surrounding area.
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