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Local Society: Walton-on-Thames

'We bring together those interested in local history and archaeology and to encourage research in Addlestone, New Haw, Ottershaw, Row Town, Weybridge and Woodham areas. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month (excluding August) ... with speakers covering a variety of topics.'

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Category Walton-on-Thames

Purpose of the Society is 'to provide facilities for those who wish to enjoy and increase their knowledge of natural history. The Society's main area of interest is the Elmbridge District of Surrey, which offers a good range of habitats and includes some sites, such as the commons around Esher and Oxshott, which are of major wildlife importance within the county and indeed nationally' ... 'Meetings are held from October to April on the second Wednesday of the month ... Meetings usually take the form of an illustrated talk covering a variety of natural history and environmental themes. One meeting is reserved for a member's evening where members talk about their current activities, bring specimens of interest for discussion, or make a short presentation.'

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Formed 2007. Society Objectives include 'to arrange meetings and lectures on subjects related to the history of Molesey and to arrange visits to places of historical, literary, archaeological or architectural interest ... We hold a wide variety of talks at venues around Molesey, including Hampton Court Palace'.

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'The Society was founded in 1951 to foster interest in local history, particularly of our own area, namely Sunbury, Shepperton, Charlton, Littleton, and Halliford ... We hold talks every month (3rd Tuesday) from September to May.'

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'We cover the ancient County of Surrey, both Rural Surrey and the Metropolitan Surrey area, i.e. those parts of the old county of Surrey which are now in Greater London. Our meetings are held in the western part of the County.'

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