Oxfordshire Past 2015 will be held on 13th June at St Mary's Church, Chipping Norton from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. The event is now well established in the Oxfordshire calendar for all those interested in history and archaeology and has an extensive programme covering a range of talks from experts in their field. The O.A.H.S. AGM will be held during the lunch break.
This site is a guide and reference source for researchers and potential researchers into Oxfordshire's history, archaeology, landscape and buildings. It aims to provide concise support and guidance on use of the mass of published accounts and raw materials concerning Oxfordshire's past. The site offers an historical framework and sequences of information and ideas, from which selected links, downloadable texts, and suggested reading, contacts and activities are designed to enable users to go on to further and more detailed investigations of their choice.
The OAHS journal Oxoniensia is now available online. All but the most recent five volumes are freely available under a Creative Commons licence; the most recent volumes are available to subscribers.
This year's programme of excursions builds on last year's successful guided walks, which many members enjoyed. This is a programme of walking lectures rather than excursions as we used to organise them. For each day there is a specialist guide. There is no organised transport - participants make their own way there and back. All excursions are limited to 20 participants and the cost of £10, includes a simple tea where we can arrange it. Members are asked to book online. Booking does not have to entail online payment, and the system allows you to choose either to pay online by Paypal or send a cheque to Shaun Morley, Tithe Corner, 67 Hill Crescent, Finstock, Chipping Norton, OX7 3BT payable to OAHS. Full details of excursions are listed below and on the website. Participants will receive email reminders of excursions. All enquiries should be sent by email to email@example.com.
|May 13th||A walk around Abingdon||Janey Cumber||Details|
|June 14th||'A tough but full-blooded area', The parish of St Thomas the Martyr, West Oxford||Liz Woolley||Details|
|July 14th||Port Meadow||George Lambrick||Details|
|September 29th||Thame - a historic market town||Jill Hind||Details|