Who are we?

Four people studying plans on site
Prof Chris Dyer, vising the Campden House Dig
Robert Montgomery
Robert Montgomery

The President of Chipping Campden History Society:

Professor Christopher Dyer, Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Leicester.

Professor Dyer has a special interest in developments in society in the medieval period.  His publications include books on medieval history with particular reference to life and society, including a Moreton-in-Marsh wool merchant, John Heritage, concentrating on the dynamics of a society, economy and landscape at a crucial stage in the emergence of the modern world.  He is a Senior Research Fellow of the Institute of Historical Research, University of London.

He is Vice President of the Agricultural History Society and the Society for Medieval Archaeology, Medieval Settlement Research Group; and Chairman of the Leicestershire Victoria County History Trust Executive Committee.  He is also currently Chairman of the Dugdale Society and President of the Worcestershire Historical Society.

Vice-Presidents:

Jill Wilson and Carol Jackson, both former Chairmen of CADHAS and currently involved in many aspects of research into Campden history.

Carol co-ordinates responses to the many enquiries that come in from all over the world. She is also the Editor of ‘Signpost’, the CCHS Journal – email your contributions for publication to signpost@chippingcampdenhistory.org.uk .

Committee:

Chairman: Robert Montgomery
Vice Chairman: Philip Ord
Secretary: Vin Kelly
Treasurer: Alan Barclay
Archive Co-ordinator: Judith Ellis
Programme: Ann Hettich
Research:
Stephen Nixon
Publications:
(vacant)
Other members:
Sue Badger

 

To contact anyone on the Committee, please email enquiries@chippingcampdenhistory.org.uk or phone the Archive Room and leave a message – 01386 848840

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