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Welcome

 2019 Openings…..

 Our regular week-day opening hours

Monday & Friday:               10 am – noon

Wednesdays:                        2 pm – 4 pm

Saturday Openings  10 a.m. – 1 pm:   as follows

Saturday  9th March

Saturday 6th April

Saturday  11th May

Saturday 8th June

Saturday 13th July

Saturday 10th August

Saturday 14th September

Saturday 12th October

Saturday 9th November

Saturday 23rd November

Saturday 14th December

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 Displays Now Showing….

Liphook Railway Station

50 Years since the last scheduled steam train steamed out of Liphook

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WRACS at Huron Camp after WW2 1947 – 1966

Snapshot of Camp Life through the eyes of retired WRACS

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 100th Anniversary of World War 1 

Memories  of Liphook and District during the 1st World War

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Moss Tools

Our first exhibition of  ‘Made in Liphook’  featured a unique collection of hand made edge tools. This display has now been removed. However, you can still see the photographs in our archive  

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 Down Memory Lane

A cameo of our past Exhibitions

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‘LIPHOOK, the Coaching Stop that Grew’

The History of our Village

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500 Years of Royal Mail

500 years of the Royal Mail which charts its progress in general, and the Liphook area in particular.


We would love to see you at The Liphook Heritage Centre at any of our openings.

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See our Displays page for full details of  these fascinating exhibitions!

An index page of all the subjects held in  our Archive has its own page on our website.

Do you recognise anyone in our archive picture ?  Take a look please – click here.

About Us;

The Liphook Heritage Centre is operated by the Bramshott & Liphook Preservation Society on behalf of the local community.

Do you ever wonder about your family history,  or the history of your house or community?

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 to-day. During opening hours our friendly band of volunteers will  be on hand to help you with your research.

This website is hosted for free by Dark Group, a local technology company.