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EOTH History Group

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Third Monday of the month, in 2024

Review of 2023

We have continued to host a variety of speakers and are putting together a programme for next year. The photo shows our intrepid Treasurer investigating the village’s Victorian water supply. Our research will be published in due course.

We designed the new Spring Close information board and paid 2/3 of the cost with a Polish organisation paying the remainder.

Former Rector Percy Hooson’s WW1 War Dairies are being transcribed and we assisted Tinwell in their research of the cross he brought back from France.

Membership for 2024

If you would like to join pay at a meeting or by bank transfer the fee is still £10.

Membership cards will be issued at meetings.

New members please email your address details:

Members details will be kept on a database, but only used to send out posts .

Our meetings will change to the third Monday of the Month and will allow members to attend the meetings of the Collyweston Historical & Preservation Society.

The first meeting will be on Monday February 19th

All best wishes for 2024!

Not interested in History don’t worry!

Although the History group generally works behind the scenes collecting and recording our village history, our talks are extremely varied. This year for example we are having talks on Vintage Clothing, Building Crossrail and the founding of the Anna’s Hope Charity. The June meeting features Anglian Water who will do a presentation followed by questions! This talk will be free. We always welcome new members or the casual visitor so pop along.

If there is any knowledge about Spring Close or other village history, please contact us, so that it can be recorded.


To document and promote the local history, that is all around us


Recent items undertaken by the group

Details of various ongoing EOTH History Group projects, will be posted here, before being added to the ever growing village archive section.

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Bell Street (now High Street), looking west. early 19th Century.

Village Archive

May Day 1923/4

A village full of history

An online record of buildings, land, people, and events that have helped shape Easton on the Hill, as it is today.

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