Member of the Gloucestershire Beekeepers Association Grouping

'Exists to preserve the character of this historic and friendly market town, and to make people aware of the need to look after it ... Our monthly meetings ... feature speakers on architectural, archaeological and conservation topics.'

'Each year the society holds a series of ten lectures on a varied selection of topics intended to appeal to a wide variety of interests and levels of scientific background.  Members include not only scientists, doctors and engineers but also many who have a general interest in science and technology.

'The Society was formed in 1988 to research, record and promote interest in the history of Lechlade and its surrounding area, and, where appropriate, to conserve our heritage. This is achieved through regular meetings with specialist speakers, visits to local sites of historical importance, publication of pamphlets and erection of display boards. Membership is open to all who share these aims.'

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