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Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Discover the history of Milford on Sea

One of the oldest societies in the village is The Milford on Sea Historical Record Society which was formed in 1909. 

The purpose of the society is to research local history and preserve records of Milford on Sea. They have wealth of records in various forms: maps, photographs, books & transcripts of early records.

The society meets on a regular basis throughout the year, and have a number of excellent speakers already booked for this year.

Everyone is welcome to go along to the meetings which are held at All Saints Church Hall, Greenbanks Close Milford on Sea at 7.45pm. Complimentary Coffee, Tea or Soft Drinks are available from 7.15 pm.

Membership of the Society is open to all and the Annual Subscription, covering all Talks is great value at £10 per year. Visitors are charged £4.00 per visit.

Why not pop along and discover some fascinating history of this historic village.

For more information please contact:
Mark Clayson: 01590 642186 - 07778 395472 - mark.clayson@btinternet.com


Milford on Sea Historical Record Society Programme 2018

Thursday 25th January
Annual General Meeting followed by talk on ‘Bringing History Home’ by Chris Sanders

Thursday 29th March
‘Local Tithe Maps’ by Geraldine Beech & Pauline Shirley

Thursday 31st May
‘Destination Disaster’ by Jill Daniels. The drama of the Titanic, Southampton, the tragedy, the heroes

Thursday 5th July
Summer Outing to Wakehurst Place, Ardingley, W.Sussex. A National Trust Property which also hosts the RHS Seed Bank

Thursday 27th September 
‘Admiral Sir Richard Holmes 1668-1692 Captain-Governor of the Isle of Wight’ by Kevin Shaw

Thursday 29th November 
‘The End of World War I and its repercussions’ By Chris Hobby & Bob Braid

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