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Welcome to the Radnorshire Society

The Radnorshire Society, established in 1930, is concerned with the archaeology and history of the historic county of Radnorshire (now part of Powys).

We welcome new members, whether they live in Radnorshire or further afield. Benefits of membership include access to our Archive and Library, a copy of the current year’s Radnorshire Society Transactions, plus lectures and field visits to local sites of interest.

An Executive Committee manages a programme of public lectures and excursions, oversees the running of the Society’s local history library, (including its important archive of Radnorshire related material), and deals with a wide range of enquiries from correspondents world-wide.

The Field section is the research arm of the society. It organises a separate programme of talks, research, and field trips, and also publishes an annual illustrated newsletter.

The Transactions of the Society is issued annually in a bound volume and is an important scholarly publication incorporating academic research and archive material.

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Just a reminder that the talk on Pencerrig is this Friday at 7pm at Howey Village Hall. LD1 5PT. There is a carpark beside it. See More

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Following on from the very successful meeting ar New Radnor when over 70 people turned out to hear Anne Goodwin of Hindwell talk about her See More

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Thank you to everyone who came along to New Radnor to hear Anne Goodwins talk, sorry about the time mix up. Luckily there were just See More