To learn more about the Society why not visit a podcast by Jill Williams talking about the origins and interests. To do this Google Max Communications & click on the podcast tab. Then select podcast & choose.
Under present circumstances due to Covid-19 we very much regret that all talks have been cancelled until further notice.
We have tried to make up for this by publishing more & larger newsletters for our members.
The Egham-by-Runnymede Historical Society was founded in 1967 to further an interest in local history. We hold talks on local history subjects & sometimes those talks with a wider or more general appeal. These, normally 10 each year, are free to members with non-members paying a small sum, currently £2. Talks are held in the United Church of Egham at 8pm & a list of talks & dates can be found on the Events page.
The Society also publishes books, postcards, cards dealing with local history & also have items such as tea towels, mugs, maps, etc for sale in their shop in The Egham Museum.
This may be re-opening on 22 September but details of obtaining items be post can be found on the Sales page.
For a membership leaflet go to Mem Leaflet 2020