Wickham – 2000 years of history in one attractive Hampshire village.
WICKHAM HISTORY SOCIETY is an active and friendly voluntary civic organisation founded in January 1960 that exists to:
|. Gather information about the history of Wickham and help make it available to all who are interested.
. Promote the preservation of old buildings, monuments, records, maps and traditions of Wickham.
. Foster interest in Wickham’s history and historical research through this website and through publications, and by arranging lectures, visits and exhibitions.
The next talk on Tuesday 27th March at 7:30pm is
“Salisbury – A Tale of Two Cities” by Andrew Negus
Why is there is a rat in a crusaders skull? Why does a pub has a severed hand? Who was ‘The Destroyer’?
To find out, join us for Andrew’s talk on the city at Old Sarum settled by Celts, Saxons and Normans, why a brand new town was created in 1200 and how Salisbury went on to become one of England’s wealthiest within 200 years. We will hear about the cathedral and its treasures, the wonderful collection of houses in its close, and some of the many mediaeval timber framed houses in the city.
Meetings are held at 7.30 pm the FOURTH Tuesday of the month at the Wickham Centre. Members and visitors (£2.00 non-WHS members – no need to book) are always welcome.
The full details for the 2017/2018 MEETINGS PROGRAMME are available HERE
For SOCIETY NEWS – click HERE
For details of AVAILABLE PUBLICATIONS from The Society – click HERE
ARCHIVE MATERIAL is available to view on request or immediately prior to meetings. For more information – click HERE
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