United Reformed Church, South Street, Farnham, GU9 7QUFor map click here.
Co-ordinator Shirley ForsterSecond Tuesday afternoon of the month
Doors open at 1.30pm. Meeting starts at 2.00pm.
|Tue||9||Sep||A History of Henley Park, Surrey||John Squier|
|Tue||14||Oct||A parcel of gold for Edith||John Owen Smith|
|Tue||11||Nov||A County Remembers: Surrey in the Great War||Phil Cooper|
|Tue||9||Dec||Christmas Quiz||Informal Meeting|
|Tue||13||Jan||Victorian Lady Travellers||Dr Judy Hill|
|Tue||10||Feb||Interesting Occupations||Informal Meeting|
|Tue||10||Mar||Where there's a Will you're away||Jeanne Bunting|
September 9 2014John Squier - A History of Henley Park, Surrey
From Royal Manor, through to Vokes and now modern flats; come and hear about John's 12 years of research.
October 14John Owen Smith - A parcel of gold for Edith
Letters from the Australian Goldfields to England 1853-75
November 11Phil Cooper - A County Remembers: Surrey in the Great War
They will discuss the project in detail and look at sources for the study of Surrey during the Great War, both militarily and on the home front.
December 9Informal Meeting - Christmas Quiz
Come along and test your knowledge of Christmas customs
January 13 2015Dr Judy Hill - Victorian Lady Travellers
We often think of the women staying at home but did they?
February 10Informal Meeting - Interesting Occupations
What interesting occupations did your ancestors have?
March 10Jeanne Bunting - Where there's a Will you're away
Find out how useful a Will and associated documents can be.
From January 2014 - new venue, new timeShirley Forster has kindly offered to taken over the Farnham meeting. It will be held on Tuesday afternoons at the United Reform Church on South Street, opposite Sainsburys. Buses from Aldershot area stop outside Sainsburys, which is opposite the Hall, buses from other areas stop at Borough in West Street and itís then a 5-minute walk. Parking in Sainsburys Car Park is £1.80 for 3 hours or there is alternative parking in Central Car Park, Victoria Road or Dogflud Way Car Park. The Hall is less than a 10-minute walk from the railway station.
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