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  • The Association and our Oxfordshire counterpart, have organised a visit to the village of East Hendred on the afternoon of Sunday, 3rd. June


If you are in any way interested in local history, as a researcher or as a resident who wishes to know more about your locality, the Berkshire Local History Association (BLHA) is there to help you.

Learn about the BLHA or maybe read some of our past Newsletters, including the Latest Newsletter, see Journal contents lists or find out about events of the BLHA and its member societies in the Diary.

Are you interested in Archive visits to places such at Eton College, Douai Abbey, The royal Military College, Sandhurst?

Find out how to become a member yourself or find a local history society for your town or village.

If you need to get in touch, you will find the contact details of the various committee members of the BLHA listed

Special offer to all BLHA Members

Berkshire Records Society – Reading Abbey Records, ed. Brian Kemp.

To coincide with the reopening of the ruins of Reading Abbey, Berkshire Reading Society will publish volume 25 in the Berkshire Record Series, Reading Abbey Records: a new miscellany, on 23rd June 2018

The book will cost £12.50, but members of the Berkshire Local History Association are being offered copies at the special price of £10, if ordered before April (plus £2.50 postage and packing for copies not collected in person).

Download further information and order form below:

BRS Publicity notice – BLHA

BRS Book – order form