Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.

Angaston & Penrice Historical Society Inc.

Contact:
Chairman, Bill Gransbury
Meetings:

Monthly 4th Tues 7.30pm at Old Union Chapel 21 Penrice Rd, Angaston.

The Angaston & Penrice Historical Society was formed in 1997 when a public meeting was called by the Angaston Main Street committee. We have a small archive, a photographic collection and provide a service for people interested in researching families or buildings in the Angaston and Penrice region of the Barossa Valley. Our group also volunteers to man the Doddridge Blacksmith Shop, a working blacksmith shop in Angaston.
Information
Services
  • Promotes the history and heritage of the Angaston & Penrice area
  • Historical information and family history research
  • Doddridge Blacksmith Shop Museum
Last updated: 16/10/2016
Information provided by: Barossa Council

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