Barbers’ Historical Society

picture-37-bhsThe Barbers’ Historical Society was started in 1987 as the Historical Group, under the chairmanship of Past Master Sir Francis Avery Jones.  The aim of the Group was to expand the knowledge of the history of the Company by involving members in original research thereby encouraging greater use of its ever-expanding library and remains its aim today.  The Group meets 4 times a year and meetings either take the form of a presentation and buffet supper in the Hall, or an outside visit. 

The Society has 3 main aims:

  • To commission a programme of research and presentations for its quarterly meetings
  • To encourage members of the Company to use the archives and library for research and to assist the Archivist
  • To publish at intervals folios of research and to record public presentations and other work done by members

The current officers of the Society are:

Chairman:        Renter Warden Tony Hoskinson
Secretary:        Liveryman Simon O’Leary
Treasurer:        Liveryman Gaye Henson