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Brenzett History Group

The Brenzett History Group is a newly (2018) formed group with the purpose of researching and documenting the history of Brenzett and ultimately sharing its findings on a website. The group meet from October to April inclusive in the aptly historic, atmospheric and warm confines of St Eanswyth Church, Brenzett from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm. 
The remaining dates for our meetings are:

  • Monday, 7 January 2019
  • Tuesday, 12 February 2019
  • Tuesday, 5 March 2019
  • Tuesday, 9 April 2019

To the end of this group year, April 2019, membership will be free.  However, a decision will be made at our April meeting regarding membership fees from October 2019 onwards.

We are short of researchers and indexers for such topics as adding to the existing research of St Eanswyth Church, exploring the history of some of the older homes of Brenzett, the role of Brenzett during the Peasants' Revolt of 1318, and researching Captain John Noel who was the official photographer on the first and second, ill-fated 1924 Everest expedition who lived out his later years in Harriett Cottage, Brenzett.  There are several indexing projects ranging from simple to more time-consuming.  Any contributions to the above could be done on an ad-hoc basis and without attending meetings if desired.

Please contact Robyn Collins Telephone Icon 07950 404 751 or Email Icon  email for more information.   



Brenzett History group