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This is a HLF funded landscape project to enhance and restore the natural and historic heritage of the Lower Severn Vale Levels from the border with Gloucestershire to Avonmouth.
Our bid to restore and refurbish one of England’s great surviving medieval barns
Heritage open days are a great opportunity to explore new places, seek out hidden treasures and enjoy the fantastic heritage South Gloucestershire has to offer.
A series of heritage trails in South Gloucestershire are available as pdfs. To follow the routes you can take by car, bus or on foot that include sites of particular interest
The project will explore and share personal stories about South Gloucestershire women to demonstrate how the events of 1918 were the spark that changed women’s lives forever.
Know Your Place – West of England is a digital mapping project that is putting your neighbourhood’s heritage on the map.
Links to history societies in South Gloucestershire
South Gloucestershire has a wide variety of heritage attractions and museums
How to research subjects relating to the history of South Gloucestershire.
Heritage Partnership meetings take place twice a year to share information on what is happening in the heritage sector within South Gloucestershire
South Gloucestershire Museums Group meetings take place about four times a year
Join us in collecting and sharing life stories from the Second World War
Discover the stories of local people and how they were affected by war, one hundred years ago.
A project to share stories of Indian heritage, migration, settlement, and what life is like today.
An encyclopedic record of England's places and people from earliest times to the present day
Read more about the individuals remembered on your local war memorials.