Thursday 14 June 2018
Malmesbury is thought by some to have been the first capital of England and was known as “the city of the Britons” long before the Romans came. A Benedictine monastery was founded here in the 7th century and since then the life of the Abbey has been entwined with the community that surrounds it. We will read more
Cartoon to Celebrate our 10th Anniversary
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The Rectory Society aims to bring together anyone interested in these important cultural, architectural and historical properties through activities, lectures and the gathering of information.
Remember you do not have to live in one to join us!