Spratton Local History Society was founded in 1999 with the aim of bringing together people with an interest in the history of Spratton, Northamptonshire and the surrounding area. In 2017 we received the award Northamptonshire Heritage Organisation for the year from the Northamptonshire Heritage Forum and were also the recipient of the prestigeous national E-Alan Ball Award for best Local History e-publication 2017 by the British Association for Local History.
We have regular meetings, usually with speakers, undertake local history research and hold exhibitions and events - most recently a commemoration of Spratton men & women who served in the First World War. We have also published five books about the history of Spratton (see Publications)
Additionally we collaborate with other societies, give guided tours of the church and village, give illustrated talks, maintain archives of old photographs, maps & drawings and a genealogical database of the many families and residents of the village in the 19th century.
Membership, welcome to anyone with an interest in Spratton, costs £5 per year.
EXPLORE OUR SITE
Detailed research on over 150 men with Spratton connections who took part. Pages also record the commemoration events in the village in 2015 on the anniversary of the heroic deed of William Rhodes-Moorhouse, the first airman to be awarded the Victoria Cross.
See where the men who served in the war lived in Spratton
Records some of the individuals and occupations of the past.
Spratton connections and family trees for 6000 individuals in 1900 families.
A searchable database of over 2000 records of historical interest.
Current meetings and events planned.
Books published by the SLHS. Order your copies here.
Email addresses, postal address and useful links