Lubenham – Our Heritage and History

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The Lubenham Heritage Group

is a member of the British Association for Local History and was formed in 2001 after it was recognised that many people were interested in the history and heritage of the village and surrounding area.  It is a lively and thriving group which takes an active role in the life and affairs of the community.

Next Open Meeting and Next Event for Members

(Please click the Title of a meeting or event to see the full post)

  • Edward and Eleanor – Tuesday 11th June
    Kam Caddell explores the association of Edward I and his wife Eleanor of Castile Most of us have seen the famous Eleanor Cross at nearby Geddington, one of the few surviving which were erected by Edward I in memory of his beloved wife Eleanor.  The crosses marked the nightly resting-places when her body was transported from
  • Burbage Visit – Thursday 4th July
    Bookings are now being taking for our Members’ Visit on Thursday 4th July 2024 at 1.30, which will be a guided walking tour of Burbage hosted by the Burbage Heritage Group. Please contact Margaret Lewis to book your places. The walk will follow their published heritage trail and is only ¾ of a mile of easy walking and

Lubenham History

The Group also carries out research into topics of special interest to the village and projects such as the book Lubenham – a Village History, the Lubenham Heritage Trail and a Lubenham Parish Walks Leaflet.

Interested in Joining Us?

We are a very friendly and informal group and new members and friends are always welcome!

Please drop us an email to find out more about us or to ask about joining, click here.

Click the Facebook ICON and follow us on our Lubenham Heritage Group Facebook site, which is Private and only viewable by members of our group. If you would like to view our Facebook material, please click the orange button after entering our Facebook site and ask to “Join Group”).