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  • Alresford Historical & Literary Society
    Talks and social events.
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  • Andover History & Archaeology Society
    Monthly meetings with a speaker. Regular Newsletter
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  • Bishops Waltham Society
    Talks, if possible by local speakers on local subjects given monthly. Other activities that further the Society's objectives.
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  • City of Southampton Society
    An independent body of people we encourage high standards of architecture and town planning in Southampton, stimulate interest in & care for the beauty, history of Southampton's environment. Encourage preservation, development & improvement of features of general amenity and historic interest. Arrange lectures, education events and give awards. Liaise with Local Authorities on these activities. Sponsors of the Queens Peace Fountain installed in Andrews Park on 29th July, 2001. Southampton. Reg. charity 1006256 established 1962.
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  • Dever Valley Local History Society
    Lectures six or seven times a year and summer visits locally.
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  • Dickens Fellowship (Portsmouth)
    We meet monthly - very entertaining meetings usually with 'Book of the Year' discussions. We take outside trips relating to Dickens's life and works. Our members can provide walks, talks and performances relating to Charles Dickens's work and life.
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  • Family History Society (West Surrey)
    6 monthly meetings, various W. Surrey venues. Quarterly journal - Root and Branch & Members handbook. Reference library. Census, marriage, Mon ins. indexes etc. Numerous publications, bookstalls at meetings, family history fairs. Conferences and open days.
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  • Fareham Local History Group
    Informal research group, meets at Westbury Manor Museum once a month for talks on local history and related topics. Membership up to 80 but no limit. Aims to keep alive, record and save Fareham's past and ever changing present. Produces a booklet 'Fareham Past & Present' twice yearly - present cost £2.00 + p&p. Mrs Alice James has produced books 'Fareham Between the Wars' £5; and 'Around Fareham' £9.99 - Book No 4 Aspects of Fareham £9.99. Welcomes new members.
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  • Fordingbridge Society
    Our main objective is to improve the life of those living in Fordingbridge and the surrounding villages. A newsletter 'The Fordingbridger' is issued to members three times a year to keep up to date with news. One of our primary activities is to monitor & contribute to the planning application process via Fordingbridge Town Council/
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  • FoSMAG - The Friends of Southampton's Museums, Archives and Galleries
    Spring and Autumn Newsletters. Notice of forthcoming monthly events. Advance notice of exhibitions and events from Southampton City Arts and Heritage Department.
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  • Friends of Hurst Castle
    Provision of support body with maintenance and funds for small projects. Social meetings plus newsletter.
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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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  • Gosport Living History Society
    Meet the villagers dressed in historical period costume who will involve you and your children in their daily lives at the start of the English Civil War. We offer you an almost unique educational and entertaining experience not to be missed.
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  • Gosport Local History Luncheon Club
    We meet each month to hear a paper about local history - any aspect, and discuss it over lunch. Sometimes we circulate copies of the paper, particularly for Schools National Curriculum Local History. We also mount exhibitions at the library on local history topics, and have purchased facsimiles (framed) of Saxon charters and old maps to present to the borough.
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  • Gosport Society
    Monthly talks.
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  • Gosport.info
    To offer the above to all people of Gosport and those with an interest in Gosport, a place to share information freely at no cost and encourage the use of Gosport businesses, services and organisations.
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  • Hamble Local History Society
    Meetings with guest speakers. Visits to local sites of interest.
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  • Hambledon Arts Society
    A stimulating Arts related event per month.
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  • Historical Society (Lymington & District)
    Society for the study of local history in Lymington and adjacent area. Monthly talks in Winter and occasional outings in Summer to places of historical interest. Meetings held for talks on subjects of local historical interest.
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  • Historical Society (Rowlands Castle)
    To collect and preserve the history of Rowlands Castle and area.
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  • Hook Local History Group
    Historical/Social group. Monthly talks. Summer visits. Projects and research undertaken.
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  • Kingsclere Heritage Association
    Archive centre Evening lectures Visits Archaeological exploration of local sites Published history of Kingsclere and area [the Bedbug Recorder].
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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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  • Liss Area Historical Society
    Monthly meetings (except in summer). Search of archive material held by Society either in person by applicant or on their behalf. Publications; Liss Histories published annually and, in 2010, a book by Dick Martin "Liss - a brief history".
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  • Littleton Local History Group

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  • Mary Rose Trust
    The world held its breath as the Mary Rose was raised from the Solent seabed in 1982. DVD on ship and films shown on projector. Nearby is a museum of reconstructions, audio-visual presentations and one thousand recovered artifacts - the perfect Tudor time capsule. 24hour booking hotline on 02392 861512. Visits to local community groups - in particular special needs, free of charge. The new Mary Rose Museum is now open.
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  • Nursling & Rownhams History Group
    We meet each month from September to July. During the summer months we visit sites of local historical interest. The rest of the time we have talks with an historical connection. Recent events have been talks on Jane Austen's Southampton, Calshot, And a visit to Buickler's Hard. Tea, coffee and biscuits are available after the meeting. Subscription affiliates members to Romsey Local History (LTVAS) Group in addition to membership of history group.
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  • Portsmouth WEA Local History Group
    We collate items on local history and write, edit and print books on various areas of the city.
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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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  • South Wonston Local History Group
    The arranging of talks and other events relating to local history, and the promoting of similar activities arranged by the Society to which it is affiliated.
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  • Southampton City Museums Archaeological Society
    Meetings from September to April with speakers on archaeological subjects and one annual study day on a specific subject or period of history.
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  • Southampton Local History Forum
    Run by Southampton City Libraries, a group of those interested in the history of Southampton. We hold monthly lecture meetings excluding August.
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  • Staunton Park Genealogy Centre
    The Record Office is equipped with on-line computers, microfiche readers and printed documents. There is also a library with a wide range of information and search material.
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  • Surrey Heath Local History Club
    Our activities include the provision of talks, visits, research & publication groups. We produce two newsletters per year.
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  • The Friends Of Old Southampton
    We meet to hear talks on the history, archaeology and architecture of Southampton and the surrounding area. We also aim to act as watchdogs on the maintenance of local historic buildings.
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  • The Headley Society
    We are an historical society and also promote and encourage forward looking plans within the Parish of Headley which will be of lasting benefit to present and future generations. We have monthly speakers on a wide diversity of topics.
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  • The Rogate Society
    Meetings in the village hall during winter and autumn, outside visits in summer.
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  • Warsash Local History Society
    Local history study/research. A speaker every meeting. Organised visits and outings. Annual newsletter issued in December each year. Supply of information to other researchers where possible. Website archive material availbility.
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  • Whitehill & Bordon War Memorial Association
    War memorial in Bordon with book of remembrance in the library. Remembrance.
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  • Wickham History Society
    Monthly meetings with local history speakers. Excursions for members to places of local interest. Guided walks round Wickham for visitors.
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  • Winchester Cathedral
    A Norman cathedral largely redesigned in the 14th Century. Longest medieval church in Europe, superbly carved choir stalls, resting place of saxon kings, and fine chantry chapels of medieval bishops. Museum in gallery and temporary art exhibitions. Ancient library containing 12C illuminated Winchester Bible. Norman Crypt. New visitors centre and cafe. Services held every day. Concerts. Range of guided tours including the Close & the Tower to see bells & view over the City. Activities for schools, youth groups, uniformed organisations age 5-18 years. Holiday activities during school holidays - must book.
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  • Worthys Local History Group
    Regular talks on topics of local historical interest. Occasional local-historically oriented visits and walks. Publication of regular booklets and articles etc on local historical topics.
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