The History of Tetbury Society was formed to provide a focus for historical research activity within the town of Tetbury in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, UK.
The Society runs regular events on many different historical subjects. See our events page for details.
The society’s archive index is available on the Internet. Images from the archives are currently being uploaded, with more available every day. Search our online archives…
COVID-19 Update – During the current restrictions all our face to face meetings and events are “on hold”
However, we are holding meetings using the “Zoom” video conference system. If you are a member, you will be sent instructions on how to join these meetings by email each month. The Zoom meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 7:30PM. If you are not a member but would like to attend a specific meeting, please contact us on the contact page and we will do our best to accommodate you – Contact Us…
The History of Tetbury Society organises regular historical events. Meetings are held at 7.30pm on the first Thursday of each month. Under normal conditions from September to April we meet in Christchurch in the Chipping, during the summer months we assemble in the Chipping car-park at 6.45pm for our visits. During Covid we are having Zoom Meetings. Visitors are always welcome.
Each year we hold 2 exhibitions in the Market House, Tetbury. The first is on Woolsack Weekend and the second on Heritage Weekend.
Membership is £12.00 per annum and the quarterly journal subscription is an extra £8.00 per annum. Membership can be paid in cash or cheque to the History of Tetbury Society.