The site was launched in July 2003 as a result of the formation of the
village's Local History Group in August 2002. As of May 2011, new material will be displayed on this site first rather than printed for sale locally.
Recent changes to the site are itemised below.
If you know nothing about the village of Bishop Wilton get your bearings
by checking the Lie of the Land and then
have a look at the postcard images.
||Yet another new group photo has been added.
||A link has been added to extracts from a video that was taken on the Evacuee Day in 2001.
||Another new group photo has been added plus family history has been extended.
||A new group photo has been added.
||A new section has been added to Postcards in order to Highlight certain images and provide more extensive descriptions. Also, there is an long interview with three people from Hull who were evacuated to the village durring World War II.
||History on the Ground is explored further using an Aerial Photograph of the Wolds.
||A new section has been added to cover The Archbishops' Palace Site.
||The first 3 pages have been added to "History on the Ground".
||The section previously called "Sites of Interest" has been renamed "History on the Ground". It will be overhauled in the next few weeks.
||A new article has been added on the subject of the Hearth Tax. Plus, a correction has been made to a previous family history item on the Shooters.
||A new page has been added to provide links to online publications that are available to view and in some cases print & download.
||A general tidy-up plus correction of broken links. Also a new article on the Art & Engravings page.
||Two new Special Publications have been made available online. You will find the links on the Local History Group page.