History Links

Bitterne Local History Society

Updated: 21st March 2011

BLHS logo The Bitterne Local History Society is dedicated to studying and researching the history of Southampton in general, but with particular reference to the City areas east of the River Itchen.
www.bitterne.net

Millbrook Local History Society

Updated: 28th February 2016

Millbrook Local History Society The Millbrook Local History Society meets at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Millbrook Road, Southampton at 7.30pm on the first Thursday of each month and would be pleased to see anyone interested in coming along.
millbrookhistory.webs.com

Road to Agincourt - 2015 to 2016

Updated: 28th February 2016

The Road to Agincourt is a two‑year programme marking the 600th commemorations of the Battle of Agincourt, including local exhibitions, guided walks, talks, and events all inspired by those historical events.
roadtoagincourt.co.uk

Sarah Siddons Fan Club

Updated: 28th February 2016

Sarah Siddons

The Sarah Siddons Fan Club is a promenade theatre performance company which makes site‑specific work based on local history, working primarily in the Southampton region. It takes its name from the eighteenth century tragic actress, Sarah Siddons, famous for her ‘attitudes’ and a frequent visitor to Southampton.

www.sarahsiddonsfanclub.org Facebook page Newsletter 2016

Southampton Memories: People and Places

Updated: 31st March 2013

Southampton Memories: People and Places Southampton Memories: People and Places is a Facebook page, managed by a resident of Shirley, on which any Facebook user can share their Southampton photos and memories in one place.
Facebook page

Tudor House and Garden

Updated: 12th May 2012

Tudor House Southampton's Tudor House and Garden underwent extensive renovation work with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Southampton City Council, and re‑opened to the public in Summer 2011.
http://www.tudorhouseandgarden.com/ Facebook page tudor.house@southampton.gov.uk

Tudor Revels

Updated: 28th February 2016

Tudor Revels The aim of the Tudor Revels people project was to record the details of all people known to be in Southampton between 1485‑1603; the aim was reach a minimum 5000 entries by the end of 2013. Records will be constantly updated.
www.tudorrevels.co.uk Facebook page

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