Welcome

*NEW - October 2021*

Basketry Covered Jars - Click HERE

Burton Pynsent Monument - Click HERE

Burrowbridge Toll Gate - Click HERE

*NEW - September 2021*

GALLERIES 6 - Old Stoke Photos - Click HERE

*NEW - June 2021*

GALLERIES 5 - Centenary Fair 1994 - Click HERE

GALLERIES 4 - Pram Race 1977 - Click HERE

Royal Oak, the Early Days - Click HERE

Stoke Club & Club Day - Click HERE

Reeves Feast, the Local Charity - Click HERE

*NEW - May 2021*

Rose & Crown, the Early Days - Click HERE

Old Beerhouses - Click HERE

World War 2, the Home Guard - Click HERE

GALLERIES No 3 - VE Day 1995 - Click HERE

World War 2, the Home Front - Click HERE

*NEW - April 2021*

Old Ordnance Survey Maps - Click HERE

Barlby Road School Evacuees - Click HERE

GALLERIES No 2 - Raft Race 1988? - Click HERE

Stoke Farms in 1952 - Click HERE

*NEW - March 2021*

Adverts from the Parish Magazine - Click HERE

Stoke Shop - The First 100 Years - Click HERE

Aerial Photos - Click HERE

GALLERIES No 1 - Pete & Lin's Farewell, 1988 - Click HERE

*NEW - February 2021*

Wicker Chair Makers - click HERE

Egg Shackling - click HERE

The Skimmerton Ride - click HERE

 

*NEW - January 2021*

Blacksmiths of Stoke St Gregory - click HERE

The Mud Huts of Athelney - click HERE

1890s

1953

    Stoke is a Somerset village made up of several hamlets. It sits astride the sandstone ridge between North Curry and the River Parrett, and spreads down to the low lying moors to the north and south.

    We hope you enjoy browsing our history pages. There is much more information out there and any help finding it would be appreciated. You will notice some 'Read more . . .' links on some pages (at the moment just look at the 'TRANSPORT/Rivers' page to see how things are planned). The aim is to have these on each section of each page! Anyone wanting to contribute to the site, please get in touch. Words and pictures can be put in a new web page, or there can be a link to a downloadable file or pictures relating to a particular subject.

    Some photos are attributed to individuals, otherwise they all remain copyright of Stoke History Group. If you think copyright is being breached by the use of any photos, or if you have any comments about what's on the site or have any photos or information you would like to share, please get in touch: gregorystoke@aol.com