A restored 19th century blacksmith's and wheelwright's workshop in working order, in the centre of Wellesbourne. The site opened to the public in 2012 and is now open on Saturdays, 11:00am - 4:00pm from Easter to the end of September.
The Clifton Upon Dunsmore Local History Group was formed in 1981 and has produced a number of publications relating to the village and also the adjoining villages of Newton and Old Brownsover. The Group has a substantial archive of documents and photographs which are available for inspection by prior notice.
Officially formed in February 2011, Coleshill and District U3A caters for retired and semi retired people of Coleshill town and its surrounding villages. As at the beginning of May 2014, we have 16 active groups covering a broad variety of interests including local history and genealogy.
Coleshill Remembers is a community group established to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. We are researching all our local casualties of the Great War and trying to find out the effect and impact on our North Warwickshire town.
CADAS has a full programme of informative lectures and a regular Bulletin, as well as the CADAS Activity Group. We welcome people of all ages, especially beginners.
The Charterhouse Priory of St Anne and the Charterhouse fields were bequeathed to the people of Coventry by Colonel Sir William Wyley in 1940, and the Association aims to ensure that the bequest is fulfilled.
Coventry University Library holds a large amount of archive material. In particular the Lanchester Collection has recently been digitised.
CPRE Warwickshire is fighting for a beautiful and thriving countryside that all of us can enjoy for generations to come. We are passionate about protecting the county's countryside.
Our aim will be to integrate urban growth into our natural habitat in a way that is sustainable to our natural ecosystems.
The Centre is run by volunteers. It is open Tuesday, Thursday mornings and Saturdays. Other times by appointment. The Centre runs "Victorian Schooldays" for schools, details on request.
The Coventry Tree Warden Network (CTWN) was finally constituted in the Spring of 2014. The objectives of the group is to raise the profile of trees and hedgerows around Coventry and its environs.