Stirchley History Group grew out of the heritage programme at Stirchley Baths which so brilliantly connects the past, present and future. We’re passionate about our area and charting its development from a rural hamlet to a lively, still-growing urban village.
We meet at 6.30 pm on the second Thursday of each month at Stirchley Baths. We’re also often present at other events, acting as tour guides, collecting memories and pointing out some of the local features that are so easy to overlook (have you tried our Explore Hidden Stirchley walking trail?).
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d be happy to add you to our email list on request.
You’ve probably been to the Baths, but have you been on one of our fascinating history tours, or down into the underground tunnels yet? Well, this year we are running a monthly Sunday afternoon heritage tour where you’ll get to see behind the scenes; going up on the balcony and down into the Deep… Read more
Do you, or a member of your family, have memories of living in Stirchley in days gone by? We’d love to meet you! Pop in to meet members of Stirchley History Group at the Baths on Saturday 25 March; chatter about the past, share your personal stories about the area, bring in your… Read more
Copies are available (while stocks last) from Stirchley Baths (closed from 19 December), P Cafe (closed from 22 December) and the Co-Op. More leaflets will be available from the New Year, but why not grab yours quick to enjoy over the Christmas break. Read more
Stirchley History Group invites you to help shape our future! At our next meeting on Wednesday 7 December we plan to become a formally constituted organisation so that we can operate our own finances, join national networks, apply for external funding and plan for the long term. The group began… Read more
It’s billed as the world’s largest family history show. Gareth, Ron, Sandra and I visited “Who Do You Think You Are? Live” at the NEC early in April 2016 on behalf of Stirchley History Group. We hoped to link up with other societies, find out more about what records are… Read more
Ron Coley used to use Stirchley Baths to have a hot bath each week – at home they only had a tin bath. Here he walks to the where the bath used to be (now the cafe) and remembers how he tried to buck the system. Read more