Exploring our parish's history
The parish of South Cerney and Cerney Wick has a long and rich history, including the granting of a royal charter in AD 999 and the discovery of unique medieval carvings in All Hallows Church in 1912.
These events - and much more of the villages' past - are chronicled in the Trust's publications.
But, thanks to the efforts of Trust members, we are always adding to our bank of knowledge whether in the form of ongoing research, a newly identified photograph or fresh anecdotes about times gone by.
You'll find the latest items here as soon as we are able to share them.
Professor Michael Oakeshott (1935-2004).
South Cerney Village Hall - Opening Ceremony in 1925.
The South Cerney Head and Foot - centenary search uncovers fresh wood fragment.
Sewer War - The Battle of School Lane.
The Eliot Arms in the 1950s.
The Story of a Cerney Street Lamp.
Cerney's House with No Name.
Ron Spencer - South Cerney's Hero Policeman.
Down Your Way - Interviews from 1965.
Today We Live - Villagers see themselves on screen, 1937
The Ghost of Cerney Wick Lane