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MEMBERSHIP NOW AVAILABLE FOR January 2024 to December 31st 2024.

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Friday 08th Nov 2024  Minchinhampton War Memories Remembrance Event Part 2  WW2  

 

December 2024

 

 

On Friday  November  10th 2023  In the Market House

Minchinhampton Local History Group . Minchinhampton War Memories .

 RAISED  £  1,439.47p 

                 THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT  



All the profits from Ticket / Bar & Raffle  sales  
Were  donated to the

ROYAL BRITISH LEGION.

 

                                             

                                                                                 

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Minchinhampton Transportees

Minchinhampton Transportees by Helen Wright 

OUR LATEST PUBLICATION:

The Great War story of the Stroud Valleys – including Minchinhampton, Brimscombe, Rodborough, Stonehouse, Chalford and the surrounding villages, as well as Stroud itself – is told in contemporary documents, reminiscences recorded over time, and modern research, all vividly illustrated by postcards, photographs and other World War I ephemera. A section explores the Great War from the Minchinhampton Perspective, not just the names on the war memorials but the experiences of those in the town at the time.  A further chapter looks at the development and final abandonment of the Australian Air Force Minchinhampton Aerodrome in the years 1918 – 1919.  The cover depicts the Victory Parade, in July 1919, in Minchinhampton High Street.

The book can be purchased from bookshops in the area or the Museum in the Park.

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