Welcome to Molesey Local History Society.
East and West Molesey (‘Molesey’ for short) lie south of the River Thames close to Hampton Court Palace in North East Surrey (see map). The Mole and Ember rivers flow through Molesey before joining the Thames. All three rivers have played an important part in shaping the area’s rich history.
The main aim of the Society is to awaken and foster an interest in the history of Molesey. We hold a wide variety of talks at different venues around Molesey, including Hampton Court Palace.
We conduct our own research and hold at least one meeting a year based on work carried out by members. In 2018, we remembered the calamitous flooding in 1968 and this year we are researching the aftermath and the measures taken to prevent a recurrence.
A regular newsletter keeps our members informed of all our forthcoming events as well as giving other interesting information about our local history.
We would be delighted to hear from anyone with an interest in the history of Molesey. You can get in touch by clicking contact us.
If you would like to join the Society, click membership for details.
OUR NEXT EVENTS
Tuesday 16 July 2019, 8 pm
Brooklands into its Second Century
Talk by Tim Morris
VENUE CHANGE – now St Paul’s Church, Church Road, KT8
Associated with this talk is our annual Summer Stroll
Thursday 1st August & repeated Thursday 5th September
Summer Stroll – Brooklands Museum
Brooklands Rd, Weybridge KT13 0SL
MOLESEY THEN and NOW
We published our first book in 2017 and have sold over 1,000 copies. We have only a few copies remaining.
If you would like a copy please email: email@example.com or telephone Doreen on: 020 8979 0059 to order your copy or for further details