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12 February 2016

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  • Friends Of Fareham Museum
    Twice yearly newsletter, occasional meetings. Participation in museum events.
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  • Friends of The Curtis Museum & Allen Gallery, Alton
    The Friends of the Curtis Museum and Allen Gallery were originally founded in 1934 & are a group interested in promoting the Museum and Gallery. From 1980, the Newsletter of the Friends of the Curtis Museum & Allen Gallery included small articles of local history interest which some thought worthy of keeping for reference. With a growing interest in the past, it was thought desirable to provide an opportunity for those undertaking a wide range of local history research to see the results in print. The ALTON PAPERS are the result. Since the first volume, which was published in 1997, there has been a new one produced each year containing articles on Alton and the surrounding villages. There are also extra occassional publications.
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  • Friends of the Willis Museum
    The Friends of the Willis Museum were founded in 1978 with the object of promoting, supporting, assisting and improving the Willis Museum.
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  • Gilbert White and The Oates Collections
    Gilbert White's House is run by a charitable trust which maintains the historic home and garden of the 18th century naturalist as a visitor attraction, and continues this tradition by offering an educational programme specialising in environmental studies to students of all ages. Also a museum devoted to the Oates family and in particular Lawrence Oates of Antarctic fame.
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  • Hampshire Archives Trust
    Survey, advisory and rescue (archives), membership, newsletters, annual report and programme of events.
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  • League of Friends of Aldershot Military Museum
    Museum depicts history of Aldershot camp since its inception in 1855 and subsequent changes including reference to Boer War (1899-1902), Great War (1914-1918), Second World War (1939-1945) and reconstruction after 1960. The civilian history of Aldershot and Farnborough is featured in the new Rushmoor Gallery.
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  • Royal Marines Historical Society
    The Royal Marines Historical Society was formed on 28th October 1964, the Corps Tercentary year by a group of enthusiasts who had been exchanging information on Corps History. The first newsletter was published in April 1968. The objectives are to carry out research into the History of the Royal Marines, its operations, traditions, awards and uniforms. To work closely with the Royal Marines Museum to promote a general interest in Corps History and inform the Museum of items of interest. To carry out detailed research into particular historical projects.
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  • Royal Observer Corps Museum Trust
    Royal Observer Corps Museum. Comprehensive collection of ROC memorabilia and equipment. ROC archives for research. Film and sound archives. Long-term plans to display the whole collection. Personnel enquiries of former Corps members, using Records of Service Conds gifted to the Museum by the MOD.
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  • Weald & Downland Open Air Museum
    An open air Museum where visitors can explore the homes and gardens, farms and rural workplaces of the past 500 years in South East England. Recreated Bayleaf medieval farmstead, a working watermill, working Tudor kitchen and the Downland Gridshell. Adult Learning courses in Building Conservation, rural crafts and schools workshops on many areas of the national curriculum.
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