Acknowledgements

Thanks to all

Many thanks to the following organisations who have contributed material or assistance, which has helped in making this Web site into the popular place that it is, for Forest of Dean researchers.

A special thank you to the numerous individuals who regularly contribute many hours of their time in answering queries on the Forum. Also, the people involved in the Forest of Dean Transcription Project and all the people that have sent us pictures for the Photo Gallery.

 

gsia

Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology

GSIA was formed in 1963 to promote the study of our industrial heritage, particularly that of Gloucestershire. Our activities include lectures, walks, fieldwork, coach trips, an Annual Journal and regular newsletter.
haleco

Hale and Co (Drybrook) Ltd

Nailbridge, Drybrook, Gloucestershire.

Plumbers and Builders Merchants
Forest Prints

Forest Prints

Visit the Forest Prints website for a superb range of archival quality, reproduction prints of bygone Forest of Dean & the Wye Valley.
newent lhs

Newent Local History Society

The Newent Local History Society is long established. Over years, it has produced much material which is available through the county record office and regularly answers queries from all over the world about local history and families. They decided to bring their researches together and make them more easily available by writing a book - Chapters in Newent's History.
Gloucestershire Archives

Gloucestershire Archives

The Gloucestershire Archives aims to preserve historical records relating to Gloucestershire, and to make them available for research.
BGAS-Online

Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society

The Society was established in 1876. We aim to promote the study of the history and antiquities of Bristol and the historic county of Gloucestershire...