The Society’s business is run by a Committee which meets every two months. The members
constitute a wide cross-
Thanks must be given, though, for the extensive help given to the Society by people who are not themselves part of the Committee.
Clive Booth: Clive joined the Committee in January 2008, and was elected Secretary later that year.
Clive was born in Codnor, and has spent all his life in the Heanor area, being educated
at Marlpool Infants, Marlpool Boys and Aldercar Comprehensive schools. He served
the Heanor community for 28 years as a police officer working from the town's police
station before retiring from the force in 2007. He is interested in all aspects of
local history with particular emphasis on keeping the past alive for future generations
via a school-
Robert Mee: Born at Aldercar, Robert is interested in anything to do with the area
He has written articles for the Society’s newsletter, is the editor of this web-
Peter Wright: Peter was born on Mundy Street, Heanor, and has lived all his life in the same house in Langley, a village of which he has an exceptional knowledge.
Peter was in the farming industry for many years, working for the Langley Mill and
As well as his general interest in local history, Peter is also a member of St. John's Ambulance.
The committee is involved in all aspects of planning in relation to the Society, from choosing what speakers to have in the forthcoming programmers, to preparing future publications, and running the various projects we are involved in.
If you would like to know any more about the Committee’s work, please ask any of
the members directly, or use the Contact Us page -
David Cox: David spent 32 years as a baker in the Heanor area.
He has been a member of the Society for over 20 years, and started serving on the Committee in the 1990s. He has a particular interest in "curiosities" and Derbyshire "street furniture."
As well as local history, he is keen on rambling (a member of two local rambling
groups) and photography, giving occasional slide-
Stuart Eyre: Although born in Hucknall, Stuart's family is from Langley Mill, a village to which he returned when he was 16.
Starting work at Kimberley Brewery, he spent much of his working life at Hanson's Engineering at Heanor Gate.
As well as an interest in local history, he is keen on environmental issues, and is a member of the RSPB and the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust. Stuart is the Minutes Secretary of the Society.