The Oxfordshire Local History Association (OLHA) is for everyone interested in the history of our county. We foster and promote the study and publication of local history and act as an umbrella organisation for local history groups, of which there are more than 80 in Oxfordshire.
We also campaign to preserve and improve services for Oxfordshire local historians
Click here for our press release;
Click here to hear OLHA chairman Tony Hadland talking about how our Oxfordshire ancestors coped with flooding [copyright The Kat Orman Show, Radio Oxford];
And click here to read other media coverage.
Members of OLHA :
- receive our newsletter three times a year, full of up-to-date information on what’s happening in local history across Oxfordshire, plus a diary of talks and meetings;
- receive our journal at least once a year, containing articles by Oxfordshire local historians on a wide range of topics;
- have the opportunity to publish research in that journal;
- can attend two OLHA study days a year, each on a specific topic and with several speakers and a guided tour; and
- are kept in touch with other Oxfordshire local historians.
Click here to read OLHA’s constitution.
For information on joining OLHA, click here.