The Sibfords Society began in 1993 and changed its name to The Sibfords History Society in 2019. Meetings are held nine times each year. These include talks of historical interest and external visits during the summer. We concentrate mainly on the local area but are occasionally happy to invite speakers from further afield. We have an archive room where we preserve evidence for future generations.
For further information, please contact Diana on 01993 811 682 or Clive on 780 475, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about local history in Oxfordshire, visit the Oxfordshire Local History Association.
From September 2021, meetings are back in the village hall, and will not be available via Zoom.
- Thursday 16th September: Martin Sirot-Smith – Life in Tudor Times
- Thursday 28th October: Dr Gillian White — The most dissolute man in London, the first Duke of Devonshire and the building of Chatsworth
- Thursday 18th November: John Wass – Plagues then and now – 1665 v 2019/20
- Thursday 17th February 2022: Social Evening
The talks will start earlier than in previous years, at 7.30pm; doors open at 7.15pm. Meeting entry fee for both members and guests is £3 per person, to be paid at the door (schoolchildren free); includes tea and coffee after the meeting.