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The Millenium Trail

The Local History Room

The CLHS Journal

Christchurch Castle

Historical Map Resources

Benjamin Ferrey - A Biographical Note

Events Programme 2008/09

VE Day Remembered

Books and Publications

A.W.N. Pugin and Christchurch I

A.W.N. Pugin and Christchurch II

Articles from the Journal I

Articles from the Journal II

Articles from the Journal III

Membership Form

Historical Overview

Natasha Kaplinsky

The Goldwyers of Somerford

Message Board and Guestbook - How To Use Them

Links for Christchurch Local History Society

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Welcome to the Christchurch Local History Society

Our Society is dedicated to the study of the past of this ancient borough and the preservation of all aspects of our surviving heritage. We are unusual in having an archive collection to manage, as well as all the other aspects of a thriving organisation, including regular talks and events, and a programme of projects and initiatives to further our cause.
We now have a new website, click the link below to view it:

Church Street c.1832 drawn by Benjamin Ferrey (1810-80)

Probably the most talented and eminent native of Christchurch ever to have emerged, Benjamin Ferrey was the architect of numerous churches and was for 39 years the Honorary Architect for the Diocese of Bath and Wells. See the separate biographical note.

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Home Page |Membership |Committee Members |The Millenium Trail |The Local History Room |The CLHS Journal |Christchurch Castle |Historical Map Resources |Benjamin Ferrey - A Biographical Note |Events Programme 2008/09 |VE Day Remembered |Books and Publications |A.W.N. Pugin and Christchurch I |A.W.N. Pugin and Christchurch II |Articles from the Journal I |Articles from the Journal II |Articles from the Journal III |Membership Form |Historical Overview |Natasha Kaplinsky |The Goldwyers of Somerford |Message Board and Guestbook - How To Use Them |Links for Christchurch Local History Society |Message Board |Guestbook |Mail Form