This year, Aston-cum-Aughton History Group is hosting the 2022 Local History Fair involving local history and heritage groups in the North Derbyshire and South Yorkshire Areas. It will be held on Saturday 1st October 2022 in the Aston-cum-Aughton Parish Hall, Rosegarth Avenue, Aston, Sheffield, S26 2DD.
This History Fair has been held annually over the past few years and is an opportunity for like-minded groups to meet and let the public know the history and heritage of their area. Groups taking part include Brinsworth & Catcliffe Local History Group, Catcliffe Cone Community Group, Chesterfield Canal Trust, Eckington and District Reminiscence Group, Friends of Birley Spa, Friends of Ulley Country Park, Harthill with Woodhall Memories and History Society, Killamarsh Heritage Society, Kiveton and Wales History Society, Mosborough History Meeting Group, Sandra Struggles, Stephen Gay and Todwick Historical Society
The event will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Refreshments and light snacks will be on sale on the day. The building has full access for disabled visitors as well as a car park and ample spacing on local streets. Do come and join us for what I am sure will be an interesting and informative day.
1762 Holderness Map
We are also fortunate to be able to display the map drawn for the Earl of Holderness in 1762, showing his estates in Aston and Wales. This map measures 8 feet by 8 feet, is currently in the care of Rotherham Archives and will be available for everyone to see on the day. The Rotherham Clifton Museum and Rotherham Archives will also set up their own display showing their work.