Harthill with Woodall Memories and History Website

Welcome to Our Website

The Memories and History Society's aim is to discover, record and understand all aspects of the history within the Harthill with Woodall area.


Our next meeting will be held in the lounge at Harthill Village Hall, Tuesday, 24 May 2022, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Exhibitions and Fairs

A local history get together will be held at the Methodist Chapel, New Road, Barlborough, on the 2nd April 2022. It is expected that there will be about 4 or 5 local history groups present, and the exhibition it will be open to the public from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

2022 Local History Fair - This year, Aston-cum-Aughton History Group are very pleased to be hosting the 2022 Local History on Saturday 1st October 2022 in the Aston-cum-Aughton Parish Hall, Rosegarth Avenue, Aston, Sheffield, S26 2DD.
Doors open to the public from 11 am to 4 pm, and refreshments and light snacks will be on sale on the day. The building has full access for disabled visitors as well as a car park and ample parking in local streets.

The South Yorkshire Local Heritage List

The Local Heritage List is a new government funded project aimed at identifying and assessing a range of heritage sites, including historic buildings, archaeological sites, historic parks and gardens, and historic landscapes, for inclusion into the local authorities’ list for South Yorkshire. Once included on the list, these places can be protected within the planning system and recognised across the county as important and valued historic places.

The main feature of the Local Heritage List Project is that nominations for inclusion onto the list are open to all members of the public, regardless of age, abilities or background, whether they are individuals or part of a group. This allows the list to be a representation of local residents views of their area and what makes it special. The South Yorkshire Archaeology Service know that there are many communities and groups in South Yorkshire that have either developed here over the past century or not previously been involved with the heritage of their area, but that have strong connections to local buildings or sites and they are keen that this part of their history is also reflected in the local list.

The Service would like to involve all local communities and special interest groups in the project as much as possible, in both submitting candidates for the list and commenting on other nominations. This will all be done through our South Yorkshire Local Heritage List website; https://local-heritage-list.org.uk/south-yorkshire. This will be a one stop shop for anyone wanting to know about or get involved with local listing in South Yorkshire. It will hold the list itself, information about local heritage listing, resources and nomination form for those wanting to nominate candidates and information for those on the assessment panel who will be judging the nominations. There is also a blog and forum for users to share information, ask questions or find out about related events.

Sarah Cattell, the Archaeological Records Officer, South Yorkshire Archaeology Service is happy to come and speak to any interested groups about the project, so please let he know if you know of any groups who might be interested in taking part in the project.  

In the meantime, please feel free to get in touch with Sarah if you have any queries about the project. Sarah's email address is: Sarah.Cattell@sheffield.gov.uk

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