How did a person die? Who were they? Listen to our Voices in the Graveyard audios. Do it now online at home or better still visit the graveyard, stand by the grave and, using your mobile device, capture the 19th atmosphere among the historic headstones. The music on the audios are 19th century hymns played by our … Continue reading Voices in the Graveyard
On 11th December the St Peters Cooks River History Group received an award from the Heritage Council of NSW in recognition of the work they do to promote local history. It stated- The St Peters Cooks River History Group is a committed group of volunteers who have spent many years recording, preserving and promoting the local … Continue reading 2012 NSW Government Heritage Volunteer Award
St Peters Walk conducted for Canterbury Earlwood Probus Club Our table at the Family History EXPO Celebrating our 175th anniversary 12th May 2013 Celebration Cake May 2013
Much of the work St Peters Cooks River History Group does is not featured on our web site. Information is however freely available to those who enquire, and is also used in our local area walks and talks. We have completed a nineteenth century data-base of newspaper items about our area. The database has over … Continue reading New Resources Available
Restoration of the stained glass window frames has commenced at St Peters Church.