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Bluebird Toffee Factory, Hunnington

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Romsley Sanatorium

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Vincent's Toffee Factory, Hunnington

About Us

Our Society covers the history of the north Worcestershire villages of Romsley and Hunnington. Our activities include lectures on a wide variety of subjects of local interest as well as transcribing of historical records.

We are a small and friendly group and always welcome visitors as well as potential members. Please come along to a meeting and discover for yourselves.

All meetings held at 7.30 p.m. in

St Kenelm's Church Hall, Bromsgrove Road, Romsley.

from September to May, on the fourth Tuesday of the month.
See Programme for full details.


Programme 2016-17

Our meeting season for 2016-17:

Autumn 2016

  • 27 September - Hagley Park, Past and Present, Joe Hawkins Meeting Report
  • 25 October - The Young Diarist of Hartlebury, Diana Clutterbuck Meeting Report
  • 22 November - Herbert Austin and the Story of Longbridge, Max Hunt Meeting Report


  • 28 February - Repair Work at the Old Naval College in Greenwich, Derek Clarke Meeting Report
  • 28 March - The Black Country in the Great War, Mike Pearson Meeting Report
  • 25 April - Richard III, Max Keen Meeting Report
  • 23 May - Annual General Meeting and Romsley & Hunnington in 1939, Julian Hunt Meeting Report
  • 27 June - Victorian & Edwardian Buildings of Birmingham and the Black Country, Tim Bridges

Meetings 7.30pm at Romsley Church Hall. For more details please contact Paul Share (Chairman) on 01562 710197


Click the links to read reports from the 2016 AGM and other meetings during the 2015-16 season.

For other local history events see What's on in Worcestershire, compiled by the Worcestershire Local History Forum.


WLHF Newsletter

Ruth Casemore has sent the latest Worcestershire Local History Forum - News Update, with details of local history related events, visits, prizes and other activities. You can download the newsletter here.

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Some contents of this website are taken from the book Romsley and Hunnington, a Millennium History,
written by Joe Hunt and Julian Hunt and published by the Parish Councils of Romsley and Hunnington, in association with the RHHS.

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