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Selby Civic Society

stimulating public interest in, and caring for, the beauty, history and character of the town and its surroundings

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50th Anniversary Calendar available from more outlets

Posted on 6 November 2018 03:10 PM by David Moss


Available for just £7.00 from several Selby outlets.

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49th Annual General Meeting and Film Show

Posted on 6 November 2018 03:02 PM by David Moss

THURSDAY 22nd NOVEMBER 2018 in SELBY TOWN HALL (Note venue change from normal venue in Portholme Church)

“ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING”at 7.30pm for members only

followed at about 8.15 pm by "FILMS OF BYGONE SELBY"

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Books for sale

Posted on 7 October 2018 07:52 AM by David Moss

Selby Civic Society member and local historian David Lewis's selection of books and pamphlets available for sale.

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Public Meeting - Talk about Selby Cemetery

Posted on 16 September 2018 07:29 PM by David Moss


An illustrated talk by David Lewis, Local Historian and Selby Civic Society member

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Selby Civic Society 50th Anniversary Calendar now on sale

Posted on 16 September 2018 06:42 PM by David Moss


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June talk report

Posted on 10 July 2018 12:35 PM by David Moss

Selby Civic Society's June meeting was an illustrated talk to members and the public by Emma Sharpe fro Historic England.

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Selby Cemetery Walks Leaflets

Posted on 17 June 2018 12:31 PM by David Moss

Three leaflets of self guided walks around Selby Cemetery have been published.

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Grant from Selby Town Council

Posted on 6 June 2018 09:01 AM by David Moss

Selby Civic Society's application for funding was approved by Selby Town Council in May.
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Talk on "Conservation Areas"

Posted on 22 May 2018 06:31 PM by David Moss

An illustrated talk open to the public to hear about the current status of Conservation Areas

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Visit to Wakefield

Posted on 22 May 2018 06:21 PM by David Moss

Selby Civic Society members and guests visited Wakefield last Sunday as part of its 2018 Events programme and were treated to an informative and entertaining morning tour of a little-known gem in the city – the Georgian area - which is situated on the highest hill of the city, centred around St John’s Church. In the afternoon we went to the nearby National Coal Mining Museumfor a tour of the former Caphouse mine.

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