The Farnham Society arranges four or five illustrated evening talks each year. With effect from April 2015, these will be held in the main hall at St Joan’s Centre, GU9 8DJ. From Farnham station, proceed up Tilford Road, St Joan’s Centre is on the left.
Non-members of the Society are welcome.
Talks are at 8.0 pm with welcoming drinks served from 7.30
Members £3 Non-members £6 Students £1.50
Ample car parking
Enquiries to: Gloria Dyche 01252 702449
With effect from April 2017, we will be holding our evening talks in St Joan’s Centre, on Tilford Road.
Article published on 21 April 2017
Article published on 20 April 2017
Peter Bridgeman spoke on Trees in Farnham, 20 January 2017.
Article published on 1 March 2017
On Friday 18 November 2016, Michael Hartnall spoke on The Life and Art of Maria Callas.
Article published on 9 November 2016
On Tuesday 11 October 2016. Sir Andrew Carter, Head Teacher at South Farnham School gave a talk titled ‘UK Education – a Personal View’.
Article published on 12 October 2016
On Tuesday 24 March 2016 Matt Cusack, Head Ranger with the National Trust, spoke to us on The Devil’s Punchbowl.
Article published on 10 June 2016
On Friday 11 March 2016 John Sandy, an ex Director and Governor of HM Prisons. gave a talk titled My Time Inside.
Article published on 21 March 2016
Tuesday 19th January 2016
Article published on 30 January 2016
A talk titled Farnham’s Geology was given on Tuesday 24 November
Article published on 8 October 2015
Friday 2 October 2015 Bill Fergie gave a talk titled “The evolution of the timber framed house in the later medieval period”. Bill is a retired architect and has spent 14 years as chairman of the
Article published on 5 August 2015
A country near to bankruptcy, watered down manifesto promises, issues of human rights and outsourcing by the government. It all sounds familiar today, but, as The Farnham Society learned in our recent
Article published on 4 June 2015
16 March 2015 We live in a town that teems with literary connections. Rosemary Wisbey, with the help of readers Rae Baker-Wisbey and Duncan Wisbey, explored Farnham’s literary heritage, taking a cycle
Article published on