The Village Hall is usually open from 2pm to 4pm on the *first Monday of every month for people to research or just enjoy the Group's archives. 

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Our second dig took place on 19th and 20th August 2016 on a site south of the churchyard wall (with the kind permission of ​ Oxborouugh Parish Council and the National Trust). This was once the location of four cottages - details about these and their occupants are contained in an information booklet which can be downloaded here:

Several villagers and some members of the public who were visiting Oxborough Hall joined in the dig. Interesting items found included fragments of clay pipes, shells, several pieces of glass, a small medicine bottle and part of the jaw bone of a dog.

Scenes from the dig:

​Oxborough History Group


The Group is working on a major publication - A New History of Oxborough  - to be published in 2018


The Group put up a small exhibition in November to commemorate Armistice Day.  This is how it looked before having to be moved as a result of the theft of lead from the Bedingfeld Chapel roof.

Oxborough Local History and Heritage