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Each month since September 2020 the Stoke Local History Group has issued a newsletter. These are far more than a simple "what's on" publication, but contain in-depth local history articles and much more besides.
The year of publication can be selected below - then click the month, which will open a PDF file in a new browser tab, or in your own PDF programme, depending on your computer's settings.


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2022

DateContains:
JanuaryThe Great British Dig: History in Your Garden -- February Walk: exploring Far Gosford Street -- Stoke reminiscences from the 1930s -- Blue plaque for Kingsway house will celebrate 'Mouldy Old Dough' -- University Students' Union set to reopen Priory Visitor Centre
FebruaryA History of Stoke in Old Picture Postcards -- City Archives to highlight Caludon Castle -- Ball Hill buses in 1914 - pioneers in city fleet -- Spotlight on Far Gosford Street
MarchCoventry Council House highlighting the flag of Ukraine -- Caludon Castle: a home for the nobility -- Drunk and disorderly, idle or dishonest
AprilCaludon Castle talk -- Cathedral exhibiting collection of work by Jacob Epstein -- Weaver's House re-opens for the summer -- Stoke's most famous moment in history - September 1398
MayUncovering the hidden history of Stoke Park -- Biggin Hall - in search of a monastic grange, on TV -- Stoke Rectory: a new vicarage for an expanding rural parish, 1893
JuneA walk down the Sherbourne (for a talk by guest speaker Colin Walker) -- Cathedral tower has re-opens for visitors -- Stoke Park murders: book launch by Adam Wood -- Michael Portillo - What did Bradshaw's Guide say about Coventry in 1863?
JulyWork begins on old rail line walkway -- Afternoon teas at Lady Herbert’s Garden -- From horse pond to paddling pool and children's playground -- Story Bench at Tile Hill Library
 
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