Uncovering the past in the Yeovil area…
YALHS was founded in 1954 and has been involved in many projects and studies to uncover the past of this part of South Somerset over the intervening years.
The society meets on the first Friday of each month from October to May at 7:30pm at Holy Trinity Church, Lysander Road, YEOVIL, BA20 2BU to listen to an interesting selection of speakers on a very diverse range of historical and archaeological subjects with local relevance.
During the summer months the society organises various activities including visits to archaeological excavations and places of archaeological and historical interest.
Our Next Winter Talk
On November at 7:30pm Joseph Lewis is giving a talk ‘St Ivel the History of Aplin and Barrett’
The talk is being held at Holy Trinity Church, Lysander Road, YEOVIL, BA20 2BU. Guests £2 at the door. Unfortunately, we are not allowed to serve refreshments.
You are asked to follow the Holy Trinity Church COVID-19 rules:
(1)Sanitize your hands when arriving at the building and at each sanitize station.
(2)Masks to be worn in the passage ways and may be removed once you are in the meeting room, after you have registered your name with the Treasurer.
(3)Any chairs/tables used to be wiped down.
Read 200+ articles on the history and Archaeology of Yeovil and surrounding area, from the past 40 years.
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EARLIER EDITIONS NOW ONLINE:
Vol 1 – 1978-81 No1, No2, No3, No4, No5, No6
Vol 2 – 1981-84 No1, No2, No3, No4,No5,No6
Vol 3 – 1984-87 No1, No2, No3, No4, No5, No6
Do you live in or near Yeovil? Are you interested in History and Archaeology?
Why not join YALHS? Membership is great value and entitles you to:
Attend all talks free of charge. (some visits may attract a small charge to cover entry fees etc)
A free copy of Chronicle, our society’s annual journal.
Regular Email updates on both our own and other Somerset historical and archaeological events.
Exclusive free access to the society’s extensive library.
If you wish to join our society please fill in a membership application form and send with a cheque to the address shown, alternatively come along to one of our regular meetings.