Well & Towers History Society 
 
The Well & Towers History Society was founded in 1986 with £100.00 won by the Well & Towers Village Magazine in the Village Ventures Competition for Buckinghamshire. It aims to collect, conserve and distribute information about the village's past and to record current village events. 
 
Thanks to a Heritage Lottery Grant the village now has an Archive Room in the Sports Pavilion, Hulton Drive which is managed by the History Society. The Archive covers People, Places, Organizations and Events. 
 
The Society has bimonthly talks on local history, one of which is a Sausage Supper with an annual review of village activities. Twice a Year the Society publishes a Newsletter. 
 
Individual Membership is £5.00 and Family Membership £7.00, payable annually. 
A Standing Order Form is available. 
 
Membership benefits are free access to most talks, two newsletters a year, reduced tickets or the popular Sausage Supper. 
 
Recent Event 
 
The Medieval Feast held on the 13th November in the Pavilion was a great success. We raised £150.00 after expenses which has been donated to the Emberton Sports and Social Club . 
 
 
 
Next Event 
 
AGM 
 
January 8th 2020 
7.30 pm for 7.45pm 
at the Pavilion 
 
After the business of the evening,  
Andy will again give one of his original and interesting talks. 
 
N.B. This is the occasion that subscriptions become due. 
 
Bar will be open 
 
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Future Events 
 
Sausage Supper 
and 
Annual review of Village Events 
 
11th March 2020 
in the Institute 
 
Details to follow 
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For more information about the Well and Tower History Society contact Liz Dench. 
 
Committee: 
 
Gerald Mann (President) 
Andy McGrandle(Chairman) 
Liz Dench (Treasurer) 
Hilary Proud(Minutes Secretary) 
Myrtle Bath (Membership Secretary) 
 
 
Contact: Liz Dench 01234 711528 or Email emberton.history@gmail.com 
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