We are pleased to announce that our Heritage Centre is now open on Mondays, 10am to 1pm; Wednesdays 10.30am to 2pm and Fridays 10am to noon. (Other dates by appointment)
Casual visitors are welcome, however, if you wish to carry out detailed research please contact us for an appointment so that we can arrange for a dedicated volunteer to assist you.
Telephone 01428 727275 There is an answerphone facility and we will call you back!
All visitors are required to wear a mask and practice safety recommendations in line with the Millennium Centre’s Covid-19 Protocol
HOT OFF THE PRESS !!
SCHOOL DAY MEMORIES . We are pleased to announce that we have recently published a new book, by Derek (Dik) Holdsworth with contributions from Irene Ellis (Dik’s Sister), Russ Ellis, Esther Porter, Dennis and Stella Clinker, David Frost and Pam Budd. The book is for sale at Gables News, L & S Gift & Coffee Shop, Lazy Lizard Cafe, Cancer Charity Shop, contacting Irene Ellis on 07855 666423 or by mail order from firstname.lastname@example.org Priced at £5.00
Click on Book Reviews to read more about this book
Go to our For Sale page for details of all our books on Bramshott and Liphook, Griggs Green and Conford and the surrounding areas
AQUEDUCT NAMED AS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY! – The Aqueduct is a scheduled monument, part of an irrigation system built in the 15th century to carry water over the River Wey onto the water meadows. From the early 1600’s the Wey valley was filled with water meadows and the remains of the system can still be seen in Radford Park to-day. The Aqueduct can be seen from the Memorial bridge located on the London Road, the start of some of our walks. clickLiphook to Bramshott & back for more pictures
VILLAGE HISTORY Click below to follow our Feature on Liphook’s First Post Office
WALKING IN THE COMMUNITY – THE MODERN CRAZE! Our volunteers present some of their favourite walks in and around our village including a route map, and details of points of interest where you can pause and look at your surroundings. Would you like to tell us about your favourite walks http://www.liphookheritage.org.uk/walks/
SHOPPING IN LIPHOOK in 1980’s …. Our page shows you just where you could shop, guided by the ads of the time! Just for fun, check out the addresses and see what’s there now.Shopping in Liphook 1980’s
VILLAGE PICTURE QUIZ -you will see these items on your walks -It will test your powers of observation as well as knowledge! But………don’t groan, It will be quite painless and without pressure! Go tohttp://www.liphookheritage.org.uk/picture-quiz/
PAST & PRESENT Just a little bit of fun! Send us your modern village photos and see if we can match them with those from our Archive http://www.liphookheritage.org.uk/pastpresent/
HISTORY IN THE MAKING – THE NEW NORM – A RECORD OF LOCKDOWN IN LIPHOOK -photographers & artists-we need You! Do you have photographs showing changes in our village during Lockdown. e.g. a building, a shop, a sign , a closure notice, a queue, clothing etc…in fact any extraordinary sight which has become the norm, take a photo, paint a picture, give us some facts. For more info go to http://www.liphookheritage.org.uk/photographers-and-artists/
The Liphook Heritage Centre holds a fascinating and wide range of records revealing the story of Bramshott and Liphook and its people which are available for you to enjoy . During Lock-down we will do our utmost to help you with your research using our digital resources.
Please note your privacy will be respected at all times and we will not post any personal details without your permission.
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