In addition to the membership meetings, other special events are organised from time-to-time. Please see the special events and dates listed below.
Sunday 30 June at 3.00pm.
This is a visit to Owletts. The Street, Cobham; a guided tour + tea and cake!
Built in 1683/4, Owletts was the birthplace of the renowned architect Sir Herbert Baker, who designed the Bank of England. Entrance is £4.50 (or free for National Trust members) + £3.50 for tea. Both entrance and tea costs are payable on the day.
Email to book a place email@example.com or phone 01634 718285.
Interested in Local History?
Want to find out about the history of your house?
Our fantastic collection of photographs, maps and other items about the village is now stored in Higham Library,
Come along to the Library on the first Friday of every month to take a look, or ask a question. Drop in any time between 11.00am and 1.00pm
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone 01634 718285
Past special events:
Sunday 30 September, History Walk
- What: The last of 3 walks with Andrew Rootes covering Lower Higham.
- When: Meet at 2pm on Sunday 30 September.
- Where: St Mary’s Church.
- Cost: £4 per person – includes hot drinks and cakes in the church at the end of the walk.
The walk is mostly on the flat, across fields and will last around 2 hours,
To book a place: Email email@example.com or phone our secretary on 01634 718285.
Saturday 8 June, St Mary’s Church & Big Lunch
Join a guided tour of the church, churchyard and the nearby area. Followed by a ploughman’s lunch (with beer, cider or fruit juice).