The prime aim of the Chellaston History Group is:

• To collect and record the history of the district.
• To keep in the Group’s archives documents, photographs, newspaper
           articles etc. which relate to the history of the district.
• To investigate and record the past history of the district.
• To publish material on various aspects of the district and its inhabitants.
• To hold meetings and arrange visits in furtherance to the above aims.
For more information about the history of The Rose and Crown,
go to the Publications page or
click on this link.
On our publications page is a link to
A Walk around Chellaston in 1935
or click on this link.

In August, September, October, November, January, February, March and April we meet on
the last Tuesday of the month at St Peter’s Church Hall, Chellaston at 19.30.

In December we have a social event for members only and in June and July we have outdoor meetings.

Chellaston History Group initiated the Chellaston Oral History Project, the aim being to record for
future generations the memories of people who remember the village in days gone by. The first book
called Chellaston Voices is now out of print but we have two other books, Chellaston Working Lives
and Chellaston Working Lives 2 available. These can be seen on our Publications page. They were
produced mainly by two members of the group, Mick and Carol Appleby, with help from other
members and of course the contributors.

Our membership is £8-00 per year (2018) and visitors are welcome to attend meetings for a small charge of £2.

Note, the History Group's emblem is the Chellaston Standing Angel (1419), made from alabaster, by Prentys and Sutton. For more information and a larger picture, please click here


Our next meeting is
Policing in 19th century Derbyshire
with Robert Mee
on 29th May 2018
at 7:30pm
in St Peter's Church Hall,