Bexley Historical Society in Kent, UK was established in December 1951. We are a friendly society, meeting monthly at the hall of St John Fisher RC Church, 48, Thanet Road, Bexley DA5 1AP.
We listen to speakers talking about local, general historical and archaeological subjects about the Bexley Borough and its surrounding areas. Please see our forthcoming talks.
We are the oldest local history society in the borough and we aim to foster an interest in all matters of historical significance relating to the Bexley district. Through our Then & Now project we are creating a photographic record of the whole borough. Our project, Changing Times: 100 Years of the Broadway, Bexleyheath, 1912-2012, was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Membership of the Bexley Historical Society costs just £20 per year January to December and includes free entry to our monthly talks. To join, please come along to one of our meetings.
This year's Local History Fair will take part on 21 July as part of the Alcock & Brown Community Celebration Day at Hall Place. Bexley Historical Society will have a stall so come along!