This splendid and timeless video with its historical content, scenic interest and lively re-enactments directed and produced by Keith Sheather in 2004 is available for sale. As you will see from the original poster / flyer the concessionary sa le price of £2.50 to members is good value for the video with additional material. Proceeds go into Conservation Society coffers. Non-members will be asked to pay £5.00 which includes postage in the UK
If you wish to acquire one or more DVDs please use the Contact Us form in the main menu. If no email drop a line and cheque to Henbury Conservation Society, The Old House, Rectory Gardens, Bristol, BS10 7AQ
The Conservation Society now has its own site here. Thanks are due to Henbury & Brentry Community Council for allowing us to have pages on their site until now.
All the material that was previously on the Community Council site is now here. Just use the Search link (top right of screen) to locate any item.
The meeting commenced at 19:30 in Henbury Village Hall
Present: Chris Carroll (Chair), Tim Parkinson (Secretary) and 18 members.
Apologies: Andrew Chugg ( Treasurer ), Lisa Parkinson, Margaret & Steve Condliffe, Elf & Dennis Harris, Fran Greenfield, Morris & Juliet Venables, Linda Robinson, Joyce Steele, Charles & Ann Claxton.
Welcome and Chairman’s report
Chris Carroll opened the meeting by welcoming everyone. Continue reading AGM 17th October 2012
Following the Annual General Meeting Dr Aidan Dodson from Bristol University Department of Archeology and Anthropology and the Egypt Society of Bristol gave us a fascinating account of the life of Amelia Edwards. Amelia Edwards was primarily responsible for obtaining funding for the proper recording of excavations. She did this through the Egypt Exploration Fund she set up and raised most of the funds.
Continue reading Amelia Edwards – 17 October 2012
Our second annual walk started from the Village Hall and reached Westmoreland Farm with one group going along Henbury Road and the other through the Wilderness. Marguerite Tonkin welcomed us into her home and garden for what turned out to be a final visit as she died three weeks later. But she did enjoy us all being with her.
Continue reading Village Walk 18th July 2012
John Burton has been studying the area for nigh on 20 years. He has published a report which includes 119 different plant species as well as listing birds and butterflies seen in the area. The text of the report can be viewed with this link: Open_Space_survey_John Burton