Some of the exhibitions present
Early Needlework Samples
Inside the Heritage Centre
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Heritage Centre

Pershore Heritage and

history society

The Heritage Centre

The Heritage Centre, located in the Town Hall, is staffed by members of Pershore Heritage and History Society who will be pleased to offer any help they can, and will try to answer any queries. If you would be interested in joining the Society, and then becoming involved in the Heritage Centre as a steward, please click on the Join Us page. A number of books on local history are available to purchase, including collections of photographs compiled by the late Marion Freeman, a past chairperson of the Society. The Heritage Centre contains a varied collection of objects, memorabilia, history, and social history mostly related to Pershore and surrounding villages. Associated study material such as documents, photographs, notes, and family histories are held in over 100 folders in the smaller room and are available for visitors to consult. New folders were purchased thanks to our Heritage Lottery Funded project, World War I in the Vale. We would like residents, new incomers, and visitors to think of Pershore Heritage Centre as a useful local resource. The Heritage Centre is open on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 12 to 3 pm.