The result of sixty years of research:
Alfred Miles with the ten-volume history of Cheltenham.
Image courtesy of Gloucestershire Archives
D12400/10 Image reference MilesV10Pic158

RESEARCH

This section of the Cheltenham Local History Society website is designed for the publication, in digital form, of research carried out by members of the Society and is primarily about Cheltenham. This research is also available for use by Society members and the public. See below for copyright issues.

Research does not always result in a form suitable for publication in an article in the Society’s Newsletter or the annual research Journal. The results may consist of on-going research that can be published as a draft (later to be updated), transcriptions of Cheltenham documents, local documents that have been digitised (with permission) or relevant, well researched and comprehensive notes.

If you wish to have your research considered for inclusion on this page, please contact Sally, who will discuss any research or copyright issues with you. Cheltenham Local History Society reserve the right to refuse publication of any work that is not consistent with British law or with the aims of Cheltenham Local History Society which are:

‘to advance the education of the public in the history of Cheltenham’; ‘provide a forum for those interested in the history of the town to meet and share their interests’; ‘to gather, study and publish information about the history of the town’.

For further information and clarification please contact Sally Self 01242 243714 projects.clhs@btinternet.com.

Cheltenham Borough Council Minutes

You are advised to read the background and explanatory notes before accessing the Cheltenham Borough Council Minutes pdfs.

Available now:

188818891890

Minutes for the entire period 1888 to 1939 will be available in due course.

Copyright issues relating to material to be published on this page

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Using material published on the Cheltenham Local History website

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