Appledore Historical Society
"STILL IN THE PRESENT, ARE THE JOYS OF THE PAST ".
A very warm welcome to the Appledore Historical Society.
The Appledore Historical Society (AHS) was formed during the Autumn of 1995 and is an ongoing and evolving Village Society. We hope our site shows you a little of what we are about and share the wealth of Appledore history.
If this is your first visit then we would recommend you reading About AHS which gives a little information on the main areas of focus for the AHS and the Village of Appledore, Devon.
For the latest information, peruse the AHS News. Or if you are local to the area, you may be able to attend
If any of what you see arouses your interest and you would like to know more, or if you have any comments regarding this site, please feel free to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you enjoy your visit!So lets get started with some interesting facts about Appledore!
- The main Quay of Appledore is not the original Quay, it was West Quay on Irsha Street.
- Appledore has had 5 Quays, Benson Quay, New Quay, Narrow Quay, New Quay, West Quay.
- The present main Quay has been altered and extended 3 times... and still not finished!
- The Chanters Folly appears in the poster for Shell 'You can be sure of Shell'.
So in 875 the story begins.....see Appledore Timeline for the overview of History.
New information is being added all the time so check back soon!