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A scale model of the Prince Albert Public House on the corner of Outwood Lane and the High Street (now sadly closed).

 

Coronavirus Covid-19 Update:

Regrettably we have to suspend our society’s meetings until further notice.

Hopefully, as soon as we are able to reinstate normal life, we will be able to re-schedule the talks that have had to be postponed. We will contact members when this becomes possible. Many thanks for your forbearance in these difficult times.

Keep well.

Latest News:

May 26th 2021: The Surrey County Archaeological Unit has recorded Extensive Urban Surveys for the county. The report detailing the archaeological research carried out, and the history of the development of the village, can be found here.

 

April 28th 2021: Website maintenance has been completed and all current content should be available. Pages should now display correctly on mobile phones (let us know if you are having problems). 

 

March 2021: A new page on Wartime Bletchingley has been added, containing information on the village in World War II in particular, collected from past talks, magazine articles and society archives. Here you will find information on air raids and secret factories, reminiscences and much more. 

The newly published papers of Lt.Col Tom Mitchell can also be found here

 

 

Meetings: held in Bletchingley Village Hall, behind Lawrences the antiques dealer, in the High Street (postcode RH1 4PA) on the second Thursday of the month at 8pm. Free car parking on site.

Come along to any individual meeting for £2 on the door or why not join as a member at £8 for the whole season- see our Contacts Page

 

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