Normanby Local History Logo And Banner
Normanby Local History Logo And Banner for printing


Our monthly meetings are open to all - you're welcome!
When?    1.30pm - 3.00pm on 4th Wednesday of month.
Where?   Normanby Methodist Church,
Corner of Cleveland and Patten Streets,
Normanby, Middlesbrough TS6 0LW
(See Location of Church on Google Maps)

Next Meeting on Wednesday 25th July 2018
     at 1:30pm as usual.

The speaker for this meeting is Mr Steve Frost presenting
"River Tees - Yarm to the Sea"

If you are interested in local history, why not come along.
Newcomers always welcome - and it's free!

Group Membership

  After attending a few meetings you may decide to become a member of our group - to join simply speak to our Treasurer at the meeting.
Annual Membership fee: £5 or £7 per couple (due September).

Pic 04 Methodist chapel from turn of 20th Century Pic 04 Methodist chapel from turn of 20th Century


Normanby Local History Group
     16th Annual Exhibition
           Saturday 14th July 2018
               from 10am to 1pm

Our Normanby Local History Group’s Annual Exhibition
will be held as usual at Normanby Methodist Church.

The following have been planned - hopefully more to follow!

  Displays of some of our group member’s research & interests which (subject to completion of research) may include:-
     - Lieutenant Richard Douglas Sandford VC R.N.
     - Eston and Normanby Club,
     - Prospect Terrace and
     - St Helen’s Church.

  Display of Pop-up banners about the life of local hero Private William Henry Short VC and there will be a showing of the film
"Gallantry in the Face of the Enemy - William Henry Short V.C."
at 11:30 a.m.

  Our group’s Publications  will be on sale.
  It is hoped that a new booklet by Sylvia Fairbrass on the local brickworks will be published in time for sale at the exhibition.

  Refreshments will be available for purchase.

All visitors will be made very welcome !
All exhibition costs (such as accommodation hire & insurance)
are covered by our Group.

If you would like to see a larger version of the Exhibition poster
and maybe save and print it for display
then click on it’s image above.

  A report and a gallery of photos of last year's 2017 exhibition can be found on our Past Events  page.

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11th Hour of 11th Day of 11th Month
    Sunday 11th November 2018
      - Remembrance Day Service

  On that special day it will be 100 years since World War One came to an end after so many years of death, injury, suffering & destruction.
  Our Normanby Local History Group is organising a short Remembrance Day Service on Sunday the 11th November 2018 at the Normanby Great War Memorial (corner of High Street & Cleveland Street).
  For this special occasion we hope for a good attendance of those wishing to pay their respects to the brave men from Normanby who lost their lives during WW1.
  Our local chapel minister Christopher Wood-Archer & others will lead the service.
  The police will not be providing officers this year so volunteers will be required to manage the traffic and crowd.
  After the service participants will be provided with refreshments at Normanby Methodist Church where a display of memorabilia of the World Wars will be set up by our group.
  This will include photos and stories of those recorded on our Normanby war memorial.
  But the display is also intended to include information about those men and women of Normanby that served in any war - including those who returned safely home.
  If you have any relevant photos, artefacts, stories or medals that may be used in this display then please contact us  !
  Special thanks is due to Tom Towers (Normanby LHG Honorary President) who continues after many years to be the main drive to ensure success of the Normanby Service of Remembrance.

A report and a gallery of photos of
last year’s 2017 Remembrance Day Service
can be found on our Past Events  page.

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Past Events

  The group has organised many exhibitions and participated in various events over the years.
  See reports of some of these on our Past Events  page.

Normanby War Memorial Pic of Sgt Maurice Mallinson Normanby War Memorial Wreath