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The Local History Group meeting schedule has been published on the website – click here for more details.
2015 is the centenary of Winifred Holtby’s birth. Rudston will be hosting a number of events to commemorate this. More information can be found here.
The Heritage Centre is now open at all times the church is open. A short dedication by Rev Glyn Owen was followed by open access to the Heritage Centre by all the villagers and others who came – lubricated by … Continue reading
These slides show the north aisle of the Church being transformed into the Heritage Centre. View of the area where the Heritage Centre will be created. ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 8
At 2pm on Monday 23rd December 2013, there will be a short unveiling ceremony of a plaque at Burton Agnes level crossing. This is to commemorate the two British soldiers and 10 German prisoners of war who died in the … Continue reading
East Riding College have generously agreed to work with us on the design of the Heritage Centre art and graphics. On 8 October, the group of students visited the church to get a better idea of the area and the … Continue reading
At the meeting on 26 September, John Walker gave an overview of the Roman Villa excavated at Rudston, along with comparisons to other local roman villas. There was also a display of pottery and jewellery found at the site and … Continue reading
This month’s Newsletter has a request for information about the poet Ken Smith, who was born in Rudston in 1938. He went on to become a highly regarded poet, as can be seen from his obituary in The Guardian in … Continue reading
The Rudston Heritage History Group aims to further the knowledge and appreciation of the history of Rudston and district. Meetings are held in Rudston Village Hall usually at the end of each month at 7pm. There will be an admission … Continue reading