Aldbourne Heritage Centre
Exploring the Village Story

Category Archive: Events

Aug 03

Liddiard Family Gathering – 13/14th August 2016

Liddiard Family Gathering

Do you have any Liddiard, Lidiard, Lydiard (or any other spelling) amongst your ancestors?

We would like you to join us for a family gathering to celebrate the family.

There are lots of activities planned for the weekend, including displays of family trees, photographs, …

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Jun 26

June Meeting

Yew Tree Cottage, Albert Stacey & his Shop

by the current occupant, Warwick Hood

and  . . .

The Fustian and other Industries in Aldbourne

 by Alan Heasman

Everybody welcome! Please spread the word among your friends and neighbours.

The meeting will …

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Jun 13

Cream Tea and Valuation Day

We would like to thank everyone who came along to the valuation day.

We hope that you had a good time and enjoyed it.  We would also like to thank the Kidson Trigg valuers for their hard work and expertise.

And of course last but not least thanks to everyone who helped set up …

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Jun 02

Valuation & Cream Tea Event

Did you miss your chance at getting your items valued by Antiques Roadshow or Flog It? All is not lost, why not come along to…



Cream Tea Event!

Sunday June 12th 2.30-4.30

  Valuations by our …

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May 28

Grand Opening Video now added to the Website

The video of the Grand Opening of the Heritage Centre is now available on the website.It can be found under the menu item “Heritage Centre > Grand Opening” or directly from this link.

May 27

Aldbourne Scarecrow Trail 2016

Aldbourne Heritage Centre are taking part this year in the Aldbourne Scarecrow Trail over the Late May Bank Holiday Weekend.

Come and see our entry – a representation of probably the most courageous Dabchick that ever lived. The Trail’s theme this year is “Awards” and no awards have been more deserved than those you see …

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May 16

May Meeting

May Meeting

7:30pm Monday 23rd 2016

History of Aldbourne Charities

How have our ancient charities grown and changed, and are they relevant today?

A talk by Marianne Adey,  Anthony Evans and Terry Gilligan

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