Corston Local History Society’s next illustrated talk is coming up on October 5th. This time we will be travelling back to 1086 to see what the Domesday Book entries for Corston can – and cannot – tell us about the Saxo-Norman village.
We will also consider Corston’s place in the eleventh century Somerset economy, the particular contribution Corston made to the Domesday process, some aspects of the village that have remained almost unchanged over a thousand years and what the Domesday Book ignored.
And yes, there is more than one Domesday entry for Corston, but to find out why you will have to join us!
As ever, tickets are available in advance from Martin Seymour & Diane Philips or on the door.