Welcome to Stonnall History Group

About Us
We are an informal group of Stonnall history enthusiasts and volunteers. Our aim is to discover, gather and publish historical information relating to the village and its neighbourhood.

In March 2012, we discovered the remains of a building next to the pinfold. All the evidence indicates that it is the site of the mediæval St Peter's Chapel.

In the following September, we conducted further archaeological investigations. To view the latest information, please take this link.

Have Your Say
You can now post comments to the News pages and to any of the articles. Have your say or ask any questions you like.

New Interactive Features
We now have a section of interactive features, including a game, a quiz and a slide show. These pages can be accessed by all visitors taking this link.

Join Us
You can join us easily in two ways. You can join our group in Facebook by taking this link. Alternatively, you can join us directly online by using the Join Us page.

There are no fees, no subscriptions and no hierarchies. Whether you want to be an active or passive member is up to you. All you need is enthusiasm for the subject.

Social Events and Meetings
We have an informal meeting at the church during the Friends of the Church coffee mornings. These usually take place monthly on a Saturday. Take the News link for details of the next occasion.

The photo above
The photo above shows Alan Heywood's drawing of Gainsborough Farm. The farm was the scene of a Bronze Age burial discovery in 1824 when William Tennant was the landowner.