NEW ***Tuesday March 16th ONLINE ZOOM MEETING at 2-30pm. "Weirdest Buildings of the West Country" by Robert Hesketh.***
NEW ***Dawlish Local History Group - Notes & Queries***5th March 2021
A new web page has been created to illustrate items on which the group is seeking additional information. Please follow the link below to view the Notes & Queries web page.
DLHG Notes & Queries
Further information is welcome please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep a record of today for tomorrow. - 2nd April 2020
The Local History Group are interested in how Corona virus is affecting life in Dawlish. We would like to collect the experiences of anyone living in the town in order to keep a record for future generations to study. We are interested in what is happening to all age ranges whether it is new parents, school pupils, workers – whether able to go to work or not, senior citizens and those who are self isolating for one reason or another. You could give us a single thought or description of something that has happened right up to keeping a diary of events.
All contributions are welcome just email email@example.com
Welcome to the Dawlish Local History Group website. We are a well-established group of Dawlish residents who share an interest in all aspects of local history. This site is one of the best places for information on the history of Dawlish – please explore it.
We offer opportunities to discover and reflect on what life was like for residents and visitors to the local area in times past. This can be interesting and intriguing, and knowledge of the history of a place can provide a better understanding of the way it is now.
Details of the graves at the Church of St Gregory the Great in Dawlish have been made available and include the name, date, inscription and plot number, as well as a map of the graveyard.Click here to view.