The Wychwoods Local History Society (WLHS) has been serving the interests of local history in the Wychwood area continuously for 39 years. It was founded by village members in 1981 and meets once a month from September through to May with nine evening talks. With a thriving membership, the Society researches and publishes local and family history.
Details of our forthcoming evening talk for March 18th > more here
New Photos Added
Another 52 photos have been added to our online libraries during February > more here
A summary of our latest talk by Martin Buckland who spoke on ‘The Wilts and Berks Canal Past, Present and Future’> more here
“That’s How It Was”
Our web version of the year 2000 Wychwoods publication featuring the lives of women in WW2 > more here
Report on: “Ellen Hinde and the Prebendal” – full transcript now added > more here
On the edge of the former Royal Forest of Wychwood, Shipton under Wychwood, Milton under Wychwood and Ascott under Wychwood are adjacent villages in the valley of the river Evenlode in West Oxfordshire, on the eastern edge of the Cotswold Hills.
Shipton was the mother church for the old ecclesiastical parish which included Shipton, Milton, Lyneham, Langley, Leafield and Ramsden.
Journals & Publications
Find out more about the society’s publications, including available dowloadable versions of the society’s journals. Back copies are also available for purchase.
Photos by Theme
We archive our online photo library in albums here. Additionally, photos are available by theme using this set of tag links. The bigger the text size, the more images will show.
Special Feature: Dec 2020
Sculpural curiosities in Milton under Wychwood: find out more…..