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Mulford’s Hill

Ever wondered who Tadley’s Mulford Hill was named after? John Mulford was born on the 1st October 1720. His name is perpetuated in the local street name, Mulford’s Hill.  While no longer a commonly used name, the metal Mulford’s Bridge (601 616), still exists where the A340 road […]

David Rose’s Photographs

David was born in Tadley in 1937 and his grandparents were Kimbers and Wests. He has a lot of family photographs from Tadley and of which a selection are reproduced here. His mother played piano for Tadley Band and has named most of the musicians in the Tadley […]

Tadley Map Day 9:30am – 3:30pm 14th March 2020

Tadley Library, Mulfords Hill, Tadley RG26 3JE   It is with great regret that concerns about COVID-19 have resulted in the last minute postponement of this event. We hope that this has not caused too much inconvenience and hope that we will see you when the Map Day […]

Smelly Alley – 8pm Wed 18th Mar 2020

IMPORTANT It is with great regret that concerns about COVID-19 have resulted in the last minute postponement of this event. We hope that this has not caused too much inconvenience and hope that we will see you when the talk is rescheduled later in the year.   Join […]

1752 and all that; derivation of the modern calendar – 8pm Wed 15th April 2020

‘Give us our eleven days!’    Did he English calendar riots of 1752 actually happen? Come along  to a fascinating talk by Mark Bowman at 8.00 pm, 15th April 20 in St Paul’s Church Hall, Tadley RG26 3PB In England and Wales, the legal year 1751 was a […]

Flying the Vulcan Bomber – a personal perspective 8pm Wed 20th May 2020

Join us for a fascinating  talk on the Vulcan bomber by Sqn Ldr Joe Marsden,  starting at 8.00 pm, on Wednesday 20th May 2020  at St Paul’s Church Hall, Tadley RG26 3PB. Joe’s talk  will concentrate on the Vulcan – illustrated by photos and film clips to show […]

Past meeting: The Zulu Wars : End of an Era

Talk about a 19th century prince who had a lively life, so also has our Speaker Richard, the ‘galloping major’ from the song of yesteryear. He, with a sergeant major’s voice, didn’t need our microphone. Having spent some time at Sandhurst Military Academy in 1973, he had an […]

William Gill, a Victorian Explorer and Spy – 8pm Wed 17 June 2020

Join us for an excellent talk by Tony Hadland on the subject of William Gill. Join us  at 8Pm on Wed 17th  June 2020 at St Paul’s Church Hall, Tadley RG26 3PB. Captain William John Gill (10 September 1843 – 11 August 1882) was an English explorer and British army officer. He was […]

If Dickens had a camera – 8pm Wed 15th July 2020

The total number of Dickens’s works that have been translated into films or television adaptations now comes to no less than about 80 productions. Such an extraordinary figure can lead one to ask why it is that Dickens’s novels have lent themselves so readily to the 20th‐century medium […]