Appledore Local History Society
Appledore has a rich and interesting heritage which goes back centuries. It complements the landscape in encouraging visitors and tourists to the village and provides a link for the current villagers to their predecessors.
The Local History Society meets at the Methodist Chapel on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 7.00pm.
The aims of the Appledore Local History Society are to provide a focal point for the regular gathering of local residents who are interested in the history of the village and its surrounding areas, to facilitate the collection and sharing of artefacts for the benefit of future generations and to build an extensive archive that might one day be developed into a local Appledore Heritage Centre.
The purpose of the group is to also welcome and inform new residents of the history of the village, to provide visitors to Appledore with some basic facts that will enhance their knowledge of the village and to establish heritage trails that will enrich the enjoyment of tourists to the village in the future.
So if you love the village of Appledore as much as this group or you are new to the area and wish to learn more, why not pop along and discover Appledore’s rich history.