Heritage Open Days 2019

HODS logo 2019

This year Farnham’s Heritage Open Days will run over two consecutive weekends in September, Saturday 14 – Sunday 15, and Thursday 19 – Sunday 22.

Our theme this year is People Power. We will commemorate some of the famous sons, daughters and residents of Fanham who have made an impact locally or nationally. And we will celebrate what has been achieved by the people of Farnham at grass roots level. For example, this is the 50th anniversary of Farnham Matlings, saved from demoliltion by local action, now a successful arts, culture and community centre.

Click here for our brochure, with a full list of venues and events.

 

Here is a full list of HODS activities in and around Farnham. For further information click on the entry below.

PROPERTIES IN FARNHAM TOWN CENTRE

WEST STREET

Coxbridge Farm

Museum of Farnham, 38 West Street, Willmer House

Guitar Village, 80-81 West Street

Caffe Piccolo, 84 West Street

Farnham Library, 28 West Street, Vernon House

Graham & Co Jewellers, 20A West Street

Goldsmiths Jewellers, Lion and Lamb House, 113 West Street

THE HART AND FALKNER ROAD

Craft Study Centre

CASTLE STREET

Farnham Castle, Keep and Deer Park

Masonic Centre

Zizzi’s, 68 Castle Street

10 Castle Street    - New this year

29 Castle Street

THE BOROUGH     

Ruby La La    - New this year

SOUTH STREET     

The Victoria Garden, Brightwell Road

Farnham Council Offices

UNION ROAD

The Old Court House

LONGBRIDGE, BRIDGE SQUARE AND RED LION LANE

Farnham Maltings, Red Lion Lane

DOWNING STREET

The Old Vicarage, Vicarage Lane, off Lower Church Lane

St Andrew’s Parish Church, Middle Church Lane

St Andrew’s Infant School, Upper Church Lane

Hone’s Yard, Downing Street, next to Hone’s Greengrocers           

New Ashgate Gallery, Lower Church Lane, entrance from Waggon Yard car park

Ivy House              

PROPERTIES IN OUTLYING AREAS

BADSHOT LEA

Badshot Lea Village Hall

THE BOURNE

South Farnham Infants School  – previously The Bourne School

WRECCLESHAM

Old Yew Tree Cottage

MOOR PARK AND WAVERLEY

Moor Park House, Moor Park Lane (off Moor Park Way), GU10 1FE

Waverley Abbey House, Waverley Lane, GU9 8EP

FRENSHAM 

Ellel Pierrepont, Frensham GU10 3DL (off A287 in Frensham) 

Museum of Rural Life

GUIDED WALKS

Architectural Walk in Castle Street

Farnham’s Industrial Past

Farnham’s WWII Defences

History and Heritage of Farnham Park

Rise and Fall of Waverley Abbey

St Andrew’s Church tour

The Bourne – Change in the Village

Trees in Farnham Park

Walk to Waverley

VIRTUAL WALKS

Farnham’s Finest

The Architecture of Castle Street

TALKS, PERFORMANCES AND PRESENTATIONS

Tolpuddle Martyrs

Farnham Green

History of the Parish of Rowledge

 

 

 

 

 

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