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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

Forthcoming Events

The Court Rolls Group will meet at 2.30pm until 4.30pm in the Church Hall, Bromsgrove Road on the following dates:

  • Wednesday 10th October
  • Wednesday 7th November
  • Wednesday 5th December

Plus, read the latest newsletter from the Charles Archive Project at The Hive. This is a project to digitally preserve and make publicly accessible the practice archive of F.W.B. and Mary Charles, Chartered Architects.

Memories of St Kenelm's C.E. Primary School

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For the one hundredth anniversary of St. Kenelm's C.E. Primary School, Romsley in 2015, past pupils and members of staff were invited to contribute memories of their time at the school. Their recollections have now been published as a series of articles. You can read them here.

Court Rolls of Romsley 1279-1643

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Wednesday 13th September was a very auspicious day for the Romsley and Hunnington History Society. It was the day the book, Court Rolls of Romsley 1279-1643, edited by Matthew Tompkins, was launched. Many members of the Worcestershire Historical Society, who published the book, and members of Romsley and Hunnington History Society gathered in the Church Hall to celebrate the occasion.

Matthew Tompkins gave a talk explaining how it took him 10 years to transcribe and translate the rare Court Rolls of Romsley, which remarkably had survived for over 300 years. Fortunately, he had modern technology in the form of a digital camera to help him, but his task was by no means easy. The result is the very interesting book, which gives an insight into the lives of people living in Romsley over 700 years ago.

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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.

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