Hatfield Local History Society
From Hetfelle to Hatfield 1000 years of history
By Christine Martindale
Hatfield Local History Society is an association of people interested in the history of Hatfield.
Our aims and objectives are:
- To encourage and undertake research into Hatfield’s history.
- To produce publications on aspects of Hatfield’s history and to establish a database of information for future.
- To provide a forum for the exchange of information.
- To arrange meetings and to produce a quartely newsletter
Meetings. Meetings are held for members, to which the public are also invited. We have had interesting talks given by members and visiting speakers, subjects recently have included the history of mechanical organs (centre picture), a local VC-holder and Roman archaeology. We have between eight to ten meetings a year which are held at Friendship House, Wellfield Close, Hatfield, alternating between afternoons and evenings to facilitate attendance.
Newsletter. We publish a newsletter each quarter relating the activities of the group and the progress of projects which are current. Members’ letters and comments are also included as are articles by members and other people relating to the happenings and reminiscences of life in Hatfield.
Click here to visit the History Page
Visit our web site www.hatfieldhistory.uk
Publications. The Society has published numerous booklets on Hatfield’s history. For a full list of publications and membership forms please visit our website www.hatfieldhistory.uk
You can also see a full list of publications on the Hertfordfshire Genealogy website