Bromyard and District Local History Society is based in Bromyard, Herefordshire, England, and was founded in 1966. It exists to foster interest, enjoyment, research and publication in the field of our local history.
We offer members a varied programme of events, at least monthly, throughout the year. These are mainly illustrated lectures in the winter and guided outings in the summer, but also include many social occasions. We stage an exhibition every year at the Bromyard Gala and have published a number of books. An annual journal contains articles on local history and accounts of our activities.

The Local & Family History Centre at 5, Sherford Street, Bromyard is the headquarters of the Society. It houses exhibition space, a shop, research room and archive. It is run entirely by volunteers and receives no regular local authority financial support. The building was purchased by the Society in 1999 and converted to its present use with assistance of a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The centre was opened for public use on May 1st 2003 and has been an overwhelming success and widely admired for the range of heritage services being provided on a voluntary basis under one roof.

The Research Room, Exhibition Room and Shop are open:
Thursday & Friday 10am – 1pm & 2pm – 4.30pm
Saturday 10am – 12.30pm

We are pleased to announce that the History Centre Research Room will be reopening for visitors, by appointment only, from August.

We will initially be open on Thursday afternoons from 2-4.30 pm, for one household of visitors at a time. Please ring to make an appointment, and please note that the telephone will only be checked for messages during opening hours. Please do not set off to visit us without an appointment.

All visitors will be required to abide by current government hygiene recommendations. We can sell a set of masks and gloves for £1 per person (unless you have a valid disability exemption), if you come without.