"Welcome to the Ashgrove Historical Society's website. Ashgrove is an inner suburb of Brisbane (Australia). We hope have a wonderful time exploring Ashgrove's past through the resources you will find here. If you would like to add to the Society's collection, please contact our archivist. We are able to scan documents and images and return originals to you promptly. We welcome visitors to our monthly presentations and hope you will consider becoming a member of this vibrant society."
Lindy Sugars - President
The Ashgrove Historical Society Inc. was incorporated as the Ashgrove-The Gap Heritage Association Inc. in 1999. It was re-launched as the Ashgrove Historical Society Inc. in May 2003 with new objects reflecting its changed role and focus.
Membership is open to all those people who have an interest in ensuring the history of Ashgrove and its historic features are not lost to time. The Society’s vision is broad, reflecting the full range of interests of its members from serious to social, all set within the context of preserving and recording the suburb’s history.
The Society aims to research, record, preserve, inform and generally entertain and entrance all those who join its ranks. Applicants for membership are welcome whether they bring nothing more than an interest in its aims, or those particular skills and experience that will allow its historical goals to be well met. It is a member of History Queensland Inc.
MONTHLY MEETINGS - 2015
10:00 am to 12 noon, 1st Sat of each month
Ashgrove Library, 87 Amarina Avenue
7/02/2015 – The life of Dorothy Hawthorn: Lindy Sugars
7/03/2015 - Local Military Sites, WW2: Peter Dunn
11/04/2015 – The Life of Denis O'Connor: Bob Potter
2/05/2015 – The Three Mile Scrub: Sandy Pollock (Qld Herbarium)
6/06/2015 – 'The Running Man': Michael Bauer
4/07/2015 – The life of Dorothy Bayley: Sandra Bayley
1/08/2015 - to be advised
5/09/2015 – The life of Meta Truscott: Maria McLellan (nee Truscott)
3/10/2015 – (AGM) to be advised
7/11/2015 – St John's Wood history: Sandra Bayley & Ben Webb
5/12/2015 – The history of Christmas cards: Morris Moorhouse
For more information contact the Secretary, Julie, firstname.lastname@example.org