The Glendale Local History Society exists to bring together people with an interest in history (and the impact of history on today's life), especially that of North Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, although our speakers do on occasion range over a wider area.
About the Society
Where and when are meetings held?
Meetings are held from September to April, normally at the Cheviot Centre, Padgepool Place, Wooler on the second Wednesday of the month.
Please join us for tea/coffee & biscuits from 7.00pm, before the talk starts at 7.30pm. Meetings usually finish by 9.00pm.
How do I join?
Just come along to a meeting and pay at the door. The membership fee for the season is £8. This covers all the talks during the season. Trips may incur an extra charge. Visitors are welcome at £3 per talk.
The Society has been involved in projects such as the successful publications Wooler at War, Bondagers and the recent reprint of The Dating of the Magi Carving at Kirknewton. It has also played a major role in the restoration of the Wooler War Memorial. The society's project on the Women's Land Army in Wooler culminated in the launch of a comprehensive set of Interpretative Panels at the Wooler Youth Hostel.