An informal evening when members can get together for a chat (and drink) and bring photographs and other items of interest.
Venue - Pub in a Club, High Street.
The Badsey Society Annual General Meeting 2019.
Badsey Community Sports and Social Club.
The new Book Launch for the Badsey Society's WW1 book titled "War and Peace - Badsey, Aldington and Wickhamford's Great War" is to take place on Friday, 9th November in S
Details to follow in next Newsletter.
Ian Gibson led us on an excellent trip across the fields to Wickhamford, which afforded a rare opportunity to visit Wickhamford Mill, courtesy of John Poulter. A past Chairman, Mike Lovatt, who is
Alan began his talk by explaining that the River Avon rises close to the Village of Naseby and flows through the west midlands to Tewkesbury where it meets the River Severn.
The annual Richard Phillips Memorial Lecture will take place in the Badsey Recreation Club at 7.30p.m. on Friday, 9th March 2018.
The Annual General Meeting will be held in the Badsey Recreation Club at 7.30p.m. on Friday, 9th February 2018.
Ian Gibson will be giving a talk on the wildlife in Badsey and the surrounding area, as well as work done by Curate Squire Rufford on Habitats, at the Badsey Community Sports and Social Club on Fri
AN EVENING WITH THE SLADDEN FAMILY OF SEWARD HOUSE - LETTERS FROM A BADSEY FAMILY IN 1917-1919
The morning of Saturday 22nd July dawned bright and clear, but as the morning progressed, dark clouds threatened and, an hour before the Flower Show was due to start, the heavens opened.
Meet outside The Lygon Arms for a 3-mile walk in and around Broadway. Led by Jane Neill, we shall discover the story of this beautiful village from the rise of its fortunes under Pershore Abbey, its decline as a coaching hub, to its revival thanks to the artists and authors of the late 19th Century and the Russell furniture workshop.
The second Richard Phillips Memorial took place on Friday 28th April 2017 at Badsey Community Sports & Social Club with 45 members present. Richard's partner, Lizzie Noyes, began proceedings w
St James’ Church, Badsey, was again the venue for a reading of letters from a family who lived in Badsey a hundred years ago.
After a gap of 30 years, it was carnival time in Badsey again. Seven floats took part in a procession which wound its way from the Remembrance Hall, down Synehurst and into the High Street, along Brewers Lane, Chapel Street, School Lane, High Street and back into Brewers Lane, ending up at Badsey Community Sports & Social Club.
The church bells were ringing as people made their way to the Recreation Ground on the morning of the 114th Annual Flower Show – either to enter their exhibits or to set up their stall.
Two dogs and 27 members turned out to walk to Blackminster and back via Black Banks and Aldington.