Discover Highnam’s treasures. From Highnam Court and the many families that lived on the estate, to Holy Innocents and St Oswalds churches, to the history of The Vineyard, the docks at Over and the building of the canal and railway. Discover the farming community, the school and significant features such as the Pinetum, Lassington Woods and the location of the famous Lassington Oak. We are adding new information every month.

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Highnam wins Bledisloe Cup

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John Gough’s stirling efforts earned Highnam the coverted Bledisloe Cup for the best kept large village in Gloucestershire. John was out mowing the lawns and making repairs around the village…

The Daffodil Line

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Daffodil Sunday thirty years ago meant an expedition on the Gloucester – Ledbury railway, through the woods and valleys of the Ryeland countryside; it was one of those pastoral routes…

Talk on Alney Island

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A talk on Alnen Island has been arranged for the 25th March. It will take place in the Parish Rooms between 7.30pm and 9.00pm. The talk is being given by…

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Highnam Heritage would be interested in hearing from anyone who has archive material relating to the Parish.  You can have it scanned and made available for the web-site, or it could be stored for you as we have safe and secure facilities.  If you have memories that you are happy to have recorded then let us know.

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