Contributions to the Society now welcome!

A monthly update from The Enoggera & Districts Historical Society Inc.

The Enoggera & Districts Historical Society Inc. has just completed its 2021 AGM – and is now doing a stocktake of its archives.

If anyone out there has any photos, publications or memorabilia – that reflects our wonderful region’s community from years’ past – we would love to hear from you. Items donated will be maintained in our collection and used for display and public viewing purposes.

Both hard copy and digital contributions are welcome. Physical items can be dropped off any Thursday morning at the Enoggera Memorial Hall, 36 Trundle Street. And e-copies of material can be emailed to enoggerahistory@gmail.com 

We are particularly keen on memorabilia that signifies a special event. The opening of a new shopping precinct or public amenity, a sporting grand final, starting school, ‘the final day’ for a local facility, Easter and Christmas time, and similar. From 10 years ago to 100 years ago – all contributions are welcome.

Pictured below are some of our images from collection: Williamson’s Grocery Store Gaythorne from the 1950s, and the last Telegraph newspaper from 1988, and kids enjoying the Cobalt Street Keperra Christmas lights in 2016.

And remember, you can keep up-to-date with information about the Society online by visiting our Facebook page or website at www.enoggerahistory.org.au 

Our local history display is also open to the public every Thursday morning from 9.30am to 1pm.

Take care, everyone.

Andrew McMicking

President

The McMicking kids enjoying the Cobalt Street Keperra Christmas lights in 2016.

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