5 May 2018 : Visit to Old Hall Farm Bouth Cost £6.75, (contact Stuart Harling)
7 June 2018 : Prof. Peter Roebuck – Cattle droving through Cumbria 1600-1900.
See the events page for details of the outings in Summer 2018.
The Newsletter is published three times / year, and contains news of The Society and information on the latest resources and research activity. Latest Newsletter: Newsletter Jan18
A new Research page was added on Agriculture (March 2018)
In addition to the lectures and summer visits programme, many of our members are engaged in the research of the local area. The products of the research are published on the research pages of this website, with articles collected by village. Another on-going project is to produce biographies for the clergy from the local churches to support the Victoria County History Project
, and three biographies are already published for the clergy St Mary’s Church Allithwaite
. Members are also involved in the recording of Datestones, and the documentation of trades and Livings in the communities. Other on-going projects include the digitisation the census records for the area, oral history in collaboration with Morecambe Bay Partnership and Cartmel Village Society, and building databases of the documents held by the Society. Members of the Society involved in completing the transcription of the William Field logbook
and using the resource for research in aspects of Cartmel life in the 18th and 19th century.
A Resources page (Research/Resources) is now available. Contained within this page is the latest information on the Resources held by the society, lists of Oral History Interviews and other information for CPLHS local history researchers. A Members only resources page may be accessed with a password. The page gives access to the William Field logbook transcription and further details of the Oral History interviews. Use the contact us form to request a password.
A new page of information is now available via the Research Page on William Field and the logbook and associated research.
The winner of the photographic competition announced at the 2016 AGM was Jennie Bleakley.
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