Park Street and Frogmore Society
The PSFS was formed in January 1995 to promote interest in local history and nature including conservation.
The Society organises six open meetings a year for members and the general public. Each of which includes a presentation from an invited speaker on a topic of historical or nature interest. The Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month in January, March, May, July, September and November, 8.15pm at the Village Hall and cost just £1 to attend for members and £2 for non members.
Members are kept informed by regular Newsletters and Journals.
The society archive includes historical documents, images, maps, and records together with recorded memories of residents past and present. Help can be given to those researching local and family history and we encourage the sharing of memories and items of local interest.
For further information contact:
Jacqui Banfield-Taylor (Archivist and Publication Editor) on 07792 588892.
For membership enquiries please contact:
Bruce Banfield-Taylor (Treasurer & Membership Secretary) 01727 739016.
Or fill in this membership form :
Future Meetings for 2019
All meeting take place at Park Street Village Hall, Park Street, St Albans AL2 2PX.
Tuesday 19th February, 8.15pm. Another Look at Handley Page and Radlett Aerodrome, Chris Scivyer.
Tuesday 21st May, 8.15pm. Sins, inns and sleaze: a history of St Albans to 1950, Jon Mein. *The PSFS AGM will take place after the talk.
Tuesday 20th August, 8.15pm. Historic Gardens of Hertfordshire, Kate Harwood.
Tuesday 19th November, 8.15pm. Revisiting the Iron Age including areas of local interest, Kris Lockyear.
Entrance fee: Members £1, non members £2.
Contact Jacqui Banfield-Taylor for further details. Email: email@example.com or Tel: 07792 588892.