Membership of the Friends of the Centre for English Local History (FCELH) is open to
anyone with an interest in local history, whether the history of Leicestershire
or of any other part of the country. We are an active and enthusiastic group of
local historians, with a wide range of interests.
The Friends of the Centre for English Local History is a registered charity
(number 1073528) which supports the Centre for English Local History at the
University of Leicester and its students, for example through the provision of
library donations, student bursaries and practical help.
We have a programme of events, which includes study days and weekends, outings,
lectures and conferences, a small publication programme, and an annual
second-hand book sale. Follow this link for more information
This year’s lecture celebrates 50 years of the English Place-Name Society (EPNS) in Nottingham, and will feature additional events around the main lecture. The programme begins at 18.00 on Friday 1st December.
MEDIEVAL SETTLEMENT RESEARCH GROUP
AGM and Winter Seminar 2017 to be held in the Museum Studies Building, 19 University Road, Leicester, LE1 7RF, 9th December 2017, 11.30–4.30
Minutes, Chairman's and Treasurer's reports from the Friends AGM held on 16 November 2017