Thanks for joining us. We are a volunteer group attempting to collate local social and family history. We would love to hear from you if you can assist in any way.
That might be naming faces in pictures, recalling events of yesteryear, helping with cataloguing or contributing items of the past for the future. Please join us at our next meeting – normally the third (or sometimes 4th) Thursday each month in Terling All Saints’ Church.
For more information email us on HistoricTerling@gmail.com
The next Historic Terling group meeting will be in Terling Church at
2.30pm on Thursday 22nd June 2023
All welcome – no special knowledge needed – just an interest in history.
Interested in what we have achieved since we started? Have a look at What have we done so far and use the menu at the top of the page to find much more detail.
To see what else we are doing see our blog, events or meeting notes pages.
Terling Tales – A call for anecdotes about life in Terling – we would love to receive more tales of war-time, work, school and leisure in the village. E-mail us on email@example.com
Can you help with information or pictures relating to the Terling and Hatfield Peverel British Resistance group and wartime shelter and weapons storage? Send us a note on the contacts page on this website or email your notes to firstname.lastname@example.org. Just interested? See our pictures of the men involved here or for wider information see https://www.staybehinds.com/ and https://www.forces-war-records.co.uk/collections/98/home-guard-auxiliary-units-roll-wwii
Have you seen the page “In the News – yesterdays” which shows news clippings involving Terling in the past? This will change from time to time so keep a look out for new items. If you would like to contribute please come along to a meeting or drop us a line through our contact page or email email@example.com.
About 50 Terling residents interested in history enjoyed an evening event on 25th September 2021 when the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) came to tell us of their work. More pictures and information on our Events page.
Thanks to Neil Richardson from the CWGC and to the attendees who donated £220 to the CWGC charity. Thanks too for all the hard work done for the evening by members of the Historic Terling Group.
Many locals worked at Marconi -what did you do there or perhaps your family had links with Marconi’s work on the estate back in the 1900s? Send us a note on the contacts page on this website or email your notes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
See our page for Terling United Reformed Chapel historic record images. Fascinating reading.