WOOLMER FOREST HERITAGE SOCIETY

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Updated On: 13th November 2017
The Society wishes to send out our condolences for John Kilburn
A long term member and trustee who sadly passed away today.
He will be greatly missed by all.

About Us:

Woolmer Forest Heritage Society was formed in 1982 under the name "Woolmer Forest Archaeological and Historical Society" by a group of local enthusiasts who shared interests in history and archaeology. We are Registered with the Charity Commission as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, CIO No.1168637 which has the aim to raise awareness of the nationally and internationally important archaeology and history of Whitehill, Bordon and the surrounding area.


WHAT'S HAPPENING AT OUR NEXT MEETING
[ ALL VISITORS WELCOME ]
DATE
SUBJECT
SPEAKER
WED 6th DEC
AGM / QUIZ
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We meet regularly in the Forest Community Centre, Bordon on the first Wednesday in every month at 7.30pm (except June, July and August) and meetings are very well attended. A list of speakers is featured on our website in the "Talks & Events" section (see left). The society participates in local projects and organises socials and outings further a field to places of historical and archaeological interest.


Membership

Annual Membership of Woolmer Forest Heritage Society currently costs £ 12.00.
There is a small entry fee to attend each of our informative talks but this also covers the refreshments provided during the mid-way break. This is priced at £ 2.00 for our Members and £ 3.00 (for now) for Visitors / Non Members per session.


Contact us

For details of our regular talks and outings or to join please contact: Chairman Dr Chris Wain on 01420 472329 or Vice Chairman Colin Brash on 01428 713256 


Committee Members

David Graham, FSA President
Dr Chris Wain Chair
Colin Brash Vice-Chair
Mrs Anne Miller Treasurer
Bill Wain Secretary
John Kilburn * Membership Secretary
Lyndsey Vychodil Minutes Secretary
Christopher Perry

Beverley Jones
Paul Burgess
Cllr Adam Carew
Bob Mallinson

Webmaster

Acknowledgements

The Society thanks all those who have provided photographs, text and design for this site including Hampshire County Council Museums & Archives Service, David Graham, Chris Perry, Adam Carew, Colin Brash, Chris and Bill Wain, Tony Rudgard, Jeni Child, Alan Horsfield and Time Teams Victor Ambrus.