Timsbury has a long and varied history dating from occupation in the Bronze Age. These pages will allow you to find out more about Timsbury’s history, use sources such as the census, directories and maps to carry out your own research and locate further information and sources on-line or in libraries and record offices.
Hopefully these pages will develop as further information and sources become available. Please click on a link from the drop down menu in the contents column or from the table below.
|A Brief History||Buildings||Census||Chronology|
|Churches||Directories||Domesday Book||Heritage Trail|
|Industrial Past||Maps||Memories||Parish Council 1894 – 1994|
|Village Organisations||Coal Canal & W Smith|
Page published on: 5th August, 2016
News this Month:
- Planning for houses at South Road/Loves Hill
- Road closure at Loves Hill
- 20MPH scheme to be installed in October
- Core Strategy set to proceed
- Junior Football
- Open Doors
- Cricket Annual Dinner
- Gypsy Site Rumpus!
- Runners Up!!