HODs 2021

Courtesy David Fisher, AFFCC

Courtesy David Fisher, AFFCC

This year, because of uncertainty over Covid-19, we have arranged a number of guided walks and tours, with a strict limit on numbers of visitors taking part. If you want to take part, then it is essential that you book a place on the tour. Booking opens on 30 August.

There are also four Open Days at local venues, these do not require booking.

Click on an event for more information.

Government restrictions can change at any time so it might be necessary for us to alter our programme. Any changes will be announced here, on our web page.

Programme of events

Walks and tours

FRIDAY 10 SEPTEMBER

From Bat to Cow via Moths, at 10.30 am

Farnham’s Brewing Heritage, at 11 am

Town centre plaques commemorating People, Places and Events, at 2 pm

SATURDAY 11 SEPTEMBER

RSPB at Farnham Heath, 9.45 am for 10 am start

An architectural look at West Street, at 10 am

The history of Moor Park House, 11 am and 2 pm

SUNDAY 12 SEPTEMBER

Tice’s Meadow: from farm to quarry, to community nature reserve, at 10 am

The Victoria Garden, at 10.30 am

The Architecture of Castle Street, at 2 pm

MONDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

Rowledge to Wrecclesham and back, at 10 am

TUESDAY 14 SEPTEMBER

The Kitty Milroy murals, at 10 am

Dippenhall and Falkner country, at 10 am

Eastern Alleyways, at 2 pm

WEDNESDAY 15 SEPTEMBER

Coxbridge Farm, trailer ride, at 9.30 am

Town Centre Parks and Gardens, at 2 pm

THURSDAY 16 SEPTEMBER

Coxbridge Farm, trailer ride, at 9.30 am

Courtyards and passages of Farnham, at 10 am

Alice Holt Forest Arboretum, at 2 pm

FRIDAY 17 SEPTEMBER

Space2grow, at 11 am

Architecture in The Borough and West Street, at 11 am

SATURDAY 18 SEPTEMBER

A visit to Pierrepont, at 10.45 am

SUNDAY 19 SEPTEMBER

The Rise and Fall of Waverley Abbey, 10 am and 11.30 am

Open Days

SATURDAY 11 SEPTEMBER

Rural Life Living Museum, Tilford

SATURDAY 18 SEPTEMBER

Farnham Museum, West Street

Farnham Pottery, Quennels Hill, Wrecclesham

SUNDAY 19 SEPTEMBER

Farnham Castle

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