Networks Project : a listing of people, groups and societies involved in researching Leicestershire's & Rutland's past.
New website on the history of Charnwood Street, Leicester launched.
Heritage Lottery Funded First World War in Leicester Research project -further information here
Transactions on line - all volumes (up to 2004) are to be made freely available on the web Read More
The Society was founded in 1855 and over the years has changed its name slightly, but its aims have virtually remained the same; 'to promote the study of history, archaeology, antiquities and architecture of the county'. Membership stands at around 400 and in addition some 100 institutions receive our annual publication around the world.
Our main activities centre around the lecture programme, publications, historic buildings and research. Each year we publish a series of articles in our annual volume Transactions which also includes a summary of all archaeological activity which has taken place in the city and county in the previous year. We also publish annually the Leicestershire Historian and two Newsletters.
Having celebrated our 150th anniversary we now look forward to strengthening the work of the Society in order to maintain its position as the premier archaeological and historical society in the county. Further details of the Society can be found on this web site as can an application form for membership PDF 300KB