Eastwell History Group
Come along and enjoy a fascinating series of presentations covering the history of Eastwell and surrounding area, the people who lived there and the events that shaped its story.
The Group carries out a wide range of activities, the most high-profile of which is the conservation of the ex-Eastwell Ironstone Co. locomotive ‘Lord Granby’ (see below). In addition, we research local history throughout the ages, undertake historical walks of the village and of the routes of the ironstone mining, and hold a variety of social and fund-raising events. For more information and to book your place on any activity please contact:
John Wood - or 01949 861836.
See below on how to become a member.
Lord Granby and The 100 Club
Did you know we have a 100 Club for the conservation of ‘Lord Granby’ our
ex-Eastwell Ironstone Co. locomotive; in service from 1902 to 1959?
Just £5 per month gives you entry into the monthly draw for cash prizes. Your support for this project is extremely important to us.
For more information contact John Wood - email@example.com or 01949 861836 or visit www.lordgranbyrail.org.uk for full details.
For the latest on the Lord Granby project visit our Facebook page
Fundraising Tea Towel – Get Yours Now - £4
The ‘Countryman’s Weather Sayings’ tea towel is now available and it is already selling well. At just £4 to members and supporters it is great value and makes an ideal present or even a wall-hanging display. All proceeds go to Eastwell History Group funds. To reflect Eastwell’s rural community, it is based on the weather sayings of typical local countrymen and is a good quality cotton towel. It makes an ideal present; get one for each of your friends.
Contact John on 01949 861836 or see Alan at Crossroads Farm.