Hale History Project keeping the memories of our villages

Harrington children in local hop field 1904 ref 321 
courtesy of John Harrington

You are invited for coffee

The History of Hale Project holds monthly Coffee Mornings in the Hale Village Hall on the last Saturday of the month 10.00-12.00. 

Do come along and find out more.  Sample our coffee and cakes, look at the history exhibition, enjoy looking at the volumes from the archive of local postcards, family photographs and other material. As a social activity, we have a book exchange and sales.  We also have a charity card table in aid of the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. Discuss any particular local interest with researchers. Bring along your photos and memories. You will be sure of a warm welcome.


Dates for 2018

All Coffee Mornings will be held on the last Saturday of each month at Hale Village Hall 

10am - 12noon    

Next Coffee Morning is on Saturday 27th January

Our theme this month will be "The Hale Recreation Ground".

We hope to launch our latest publication

The Hale Recreation Ground by Neil MacDonald.

We will also have photos etc on display as well as our usual extensive archives.


Afternoon Meetings

To be announced

About Us

This is a voluntary project which has developed from the great interest and enthusiasm in the history of their locality emanating from the residents and ex-residents of Hale, Upper Hale, and other nearby hamlets and villages, to the north and east of Farnham in Surrey.  

Aside from the local history, the Project also takes an interest in current events in the local area.

The Project is open to anyone who is interested in this part of Surrey. 

Our Work

This project is open to YOU - if there is any aspect of local history in the area that you would like to research or are already researching - make yourself known to us - you may find research is already in progress - if not or you are a beginner you will get help and guidance. 

Stories, reminiscences, and researches - people or places - if it is connected with Hale and the surrounding hamlets and villages, it is of interest to the Project.

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