About Us

The Malmesbury History Society is a small group of people interested in researching, writing about, and sharing the history of Malmesbury and the surrounding villages.


We meet every two months on the 3rd Thursday of that month in Malmesbury Town Hall to discuss areas of interest and hold informal short talks by members about their chosen subject.

Join Us

We are always looking for new members and we'll be happy to sign you up if you come to our next meeing.  Membership is only £10 a year, and if you have any questions please email us.

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Next Events

January 17th - Thursday @ 7:30pm
Members Meeting - new members welcome
"Snapshots of Linolite from the 40’s to its closure"
"Who was Alfred Beuttell?"
Malmesbury Town Hall

  • Jervis Stent Our lovely United Reformed Church in St Mary's Street was designed by a world famous architect: Jervis Stent and the URC
    Posted Oct 21, 2017, 2:02 AM by Dave Heiland
  • Easton Grey Affair Here is an example of researching one topic and coming up with another, the mystery of The Lamentable Affair at Easton Grey.
    Posted Mar 12, 2017, 1:45 AM by Malmesbury History Society
  • Moravian Church For the fascinating background on how the Moravian's came to Malmesbury read the Moravian Church.
    Posted Mar 12, 2017, 1:42 AM by Malmesbury History Society
  • Malmesbury Castle Malmesbury History Society has published Tony McAleavy's newest book: Monarchs, Monks, and Massacre - the brief but brutal history of Malmesbury Castle.  Now available at Athelstan Museum or Malmesbury Abbey
    Posted Jan 24, 2017, 11:43 AM by Dave Heiland
  • Lull The new book on Saint Lull by Tony and Maria will be launched on Thursday evening 1 Sep at Tony's Carnival talk.
    Posted Aug 31, 2016, 10:01 AM by Dave Heiland
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Email us at malmesburyhistorysociety@gmail.com if you have any questions