Pershore Heritage and History Society
Welcome to the website for the PHHS and the Heritage Centre. Pershore Heritage and History Society organises talks on history (visitors welcome), and outings for its members.
The Heritage Centre (in the Town Hall, 34 High Street) is managed by the PHHS and is entirely staffed and run by volunteers. The aim is to preserve and celebrate the rich heritage of this small market town in the Vale of Evesham, Worcestershire. The medieval Abbey and Bridge and the fine Georgian buildings are now the most striking features of the town but the Heritage Centre explores many different aspects of life in the area.
Thursday 3 May 2018 - PHHS meeting, 'We did our bit', a film by Mike Jackson, at Pershore Library meeting room - see Events.
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Heritage Centre - opening will extend into November 2018, to mark the end of the centenary of the Great War. Details of days and times tba.
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PHHS members took part in a project called WW1 in the Vale and received HLF-funding (2015-2016). Some of that research and the activities we took part in will be included on this website.
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Anyone with connections to Pershore, through their family or by having lived in the area, is encouraged to contact us and share your information (see Contacts). The PHC has a large collection of folders compiled by volunteers on a variety of subjects, including families, places, local villages, and buildings. All are available to view by visitors and researchers.
Please note that this website is still under construction, and pages will be added over the coming months.
Pershore Heritage Centre is open, with a new look and all-new displays. See Heritage Centre page.
Thursday 3 May - Heritage and History Society: film about Worcestershire men and women during WW2, by Mike Jackson, at Pershore Library - see News and Events.
Pershore Times: PHC volunteers and PHHS members are writing short articles for publication each month. Further details to come.
PHHS/Heritage Centre will be represented at the Tiddesley Wood open day on Sunday 6 May.