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Bromsgrove Road, Hunnington 1975

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Bromsgrove Road, Romsley

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Dayhouse Bank, Romsley

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Hunnington Station

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Bluebird Toffee Factory, Hunnington

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Romsley Sanatorium

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Romsley School

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St Kenelm's Church, Romsley

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Vincent's Houses, Hunnington

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Vincent's Toffee Factory, Hunnington

New Articles

We are continually expanding our resources on the history of the Romsley and Hunnington area. Our latest articles are:

We have also added new photos to our Photo Gallery.

Tell Us Your Memories of Romsley & Hunnington

We are presently recording oral memories of life in the villages of Romsley and Hunnington in the early 20th century. The recordings will ultimately be available on this site.

Do you have any early memories, photographs, documents, items or facts of life in the villages you could share with us? If so please contact us through the site.

NEWS FLASH   Keep visiting our website, we are presently

recording orally memories of life in the villages of Romsley and

            Hunnington in the early 20th century.   The recordings will

ultimately be available on the site.

 

            Do you have any early memories, photographs, documents, items or facts of life in the villages you could share with us.

            If so please contact us through the site.

 

            Thanks in anticipation, Jean Cockin

Romsley & Hunnington History Project

The Romsley and Hunnington History Project brings together a group of enthusiasts to transcribe and analyse documents which illuminate the history of our two villages. The results are being made available through this website and may well lead to new Society publications. In particular, the group is transcribing Romsley and Hunnington wills and inventories from the 16th and 17th centuries.During late 2012 the Group will meet in Romsley Village Hall at 2.30pm. on: Wednesday 10th October Wednesday 7th November Wednesday 12th December The Project is funded by the generous bequest of Robert Deeley, for many years a strong supporter of the work of the Romsley and Hunnington History Society.

RHHS Commended at Worcestershire Local History Forum Awards

This year the Society submitted two pieces of research in response to an invitation by the WLHF and I am pleased to report that at their Annual General Meeting both of these were 'Highly Commended for Promoting the History of Worcestershire 2012'.

One was our Wills and Inventories project and the other was the recording of the Register of Burials in the Parish of St. Kenelms in Romsley in the County of Worcester. Both of these projects may now be found on our website. The Wills and Inventories project is still ongoing and the Burial Registers are complete up to 1972.

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