Oral History Project
Around 18 interviews have now been completed covering a dozen residents. Several extracts are now available to listen to at The Listeneing Bench in the grounds of Galleywood Heritage Centre which was unveiled on 1st July. The intention is to update these every six months or so and to begin to make the collection of full interviews available at the Heritage Centre from later in 2017.
The next meeting is at 8.00pm on Wednesday 8th November 2017 when a member Malcolm Stuart will give a talk on Well Lane Galleywood, aptly named.
A list talks given/scheduled to the Society since it was formed to the end of 2017 can be found here. List of talks to end 2017
Issue 58 was published in September2017 with the lead article recounting the recollections of Ron Eve about Galleywood Race Cource. The next issue will be out in late October 2017.
Archive versions of copies up to No 53 (June 2016) are available on the website as is a full index of articles. To preserve the value of membership the archives do not include the most recent issues.
Galleywood Heritage Centre
The Heritage Room is usually open on Tuesdays 1.30-3.30pm and by prior appointment Sundays 11.00am to 1.00pm. Contact Wendy 01245 250499 firstname.lastname@example.org www.galleywoodfolk.co.uk
Local Family History Research
The Essex Society for Family History meets monthly on a Satuday at Galleywood Heritage Centre. If you would like to know how to start reasearching your family history contact email@example.com.