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Herefordshire Lore has been collecting, publishing and archiving people’s recollections since 1989. Herefordshire Lore works to remember, celebrate and record Herefordshire’s past history before it is lost with passing generations. It is run by a group of volunteers who design, plan and gain funding for projects.

A diverse range of resources have been published including the quarterly ‘In Our Age’ which can be read on this website. To get a the latest print version please subscribe.

We have published books (Women at War – In The Munitions, 2003; A Slap of the Hand – The History of Hereford Market 2007), booklets (Amazing How Times Change, 1992; The Shopkeeper’s Tale, 1996; The Schoolchildren’s Tale, 1997; Milk, Herefordshire; 2012), and magazines from Age To Age to a decade of In Our Age.

We have talked to people from all walks of life from munitioneers, housewives, farmers, railwaymen, domestics and butchers to shop keepers, cattle dealers, publicans and priests. Herefordshire Lore owes its existence to their memories.

Our thanks go to our many contributors and funders especially the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Subscribe

It costs only £14 a year to receive In Our Age (four issues a year). Group subscriptions (10 copies a time) are still only £30 a year.

Please make cheques payable to Herefordshire Lore and send to: Herefordshire Lore, Castle Green Pavilion, Castle Green, HR1 2NW

Ensure that you include your address including postcode.

(Please note that this is for the UK only, please contact us and ask for pricing for other countries.)

 

Donate

Every issue of ‘In Our Age‘ is available to read online so that people far and wide can read it. However local volunteers work on the magazine and website to give you this fascinating history of Herefordshire.

So why not donate to Herefordshire Lore so that we can keep publishing the paper version of ‘In Our Age,’ that is read by so many people who do not have computers or the internet?

Just send us a cheque for any amount made out to ‘Herefordshire Lore’ to:

Herefordshire Lore, Castle Green Pavilion, Castle Green, HR1 2NW

(Please include your name and email address so that we can thank you.)