Open Fridays 1 PM to 4 PM
Upstairs at the Clare Town Hall

The Launch of our Reprint of

Robert J. Noye's book
"Clare, A District History" (new 5th edition).

 

We invite you to the launch of R.J. Noye’s Clare – a district history (5th ed.) in the Barbara J Long Function room at Clare Town Hall at 10am on Saturday 18th December 2021,

during the Christmas Show Market.

 

First published in 1975,

this book has been out of print for about ten years.

This enlarged edition contains seven additional chapters and many coloured photos covering the period from 1975 to 2010.

History Book stall and Display
The Clare History Group will have a book stall and display, 
during the monthly Clare Show Market (9-1)

2nd Saturday of month in the Show Market, in Ennis Park and Town Hall.

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Who was Barbara J. Long?
Former Mayor of Clare

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The Clare Regional History Group is housed upstairs at the Clare Town Hall, Main St. Clare South Australia

  • Open on Fridays 1-4 PM  

  • Open Saturdays on Town Market days - 1st Sat. of month 10AM to 1PM (run by "1871" in Ennis Park)

  • Book stall downstairs open 2nd Saturday of month in the Show Market, in Ennis Park and Town Hall.

Back To Clare 1928
Back To Clare 1928

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Stanley Flat School Students 1942
Stanley Flat School Students 1942

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Clare Main Street Foot Race 1885
Clare Main Street Foot Race 1885

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Back To Clare 1928

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Top Ten Clare Heritage Homes
Top Ten Clare Heritage Homes

Wolta Wolta Heritage Accommodation

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Top Ten Heritage Buildings

Clare Methodist Church

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Top Ten Clare Events
Top Ten Clare Events

Opening of the New Town Hall

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Top Ten Clare Heritage Homes

Wolta Wolta Heritage Accommodation

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The Clare Regional History Group was formed in April 1984.

It developed in response to a community-felt need for a Collection to house written and photographic materials relevant to Clare and the surrounding area.

Since then, through fund-raising, book sales and a $12,000 Bicentennial Grant, a range of equipment and software have been purchased to help ensure that written and pictorial history can be preserved and made readily accessible.

 

The Collection is now housed upstairs in the Clare Town Hall in Clare's Main Street.

 

The History Group is a fully incorporated, autonomous body which provides the skills, labour and some funding to develop the History Collection as an extension of the Council-owned Public Library facilities.