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THE LOCAL HISTORY WEBSITE FOR YATELEY HAMPSHIRE ENGLAND

 

This website is provided by the Yateley Society as a public service. The content is the copyright of the Yateley Society and the authors. You may copy the content freely, but all we require is that you acknowledge the source as the Yateley Society. The Society is a Civic Trust which is a registered charity. One of the four object clauses of its constitution is to educate the public in the geography, history, natural history and architecture of the area of benefit. Publication of the Society‘s research on this website helps to fulfil its charitable objectives.

 

ORIGINS OF THIS WEBSITE

In 1999 the Yateley Society was asked to mount a local history exhibition to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the Hampshire Library Service in Yateley.

 

We called the exhibition Yateley: Fact and Fiction. It was displayed in Yateley Library for five weeks in September and October 1999, also coinciding with the first Local History Week.

 

Over 18 months we researched Yateley's myths, legends and interesting facts which have captured the imagination of generations of Yateley folk. We covered topics from Saxon times to the 20th century, both about Yateley‘s past and our present flora and fauna. Our mission was to prove each topic true or false.

 

the ever expanding exhibition was displayed three times from mid 1999, at Yateley Industries, to mid 2000 in St Peter‘s Church as part of the Millennium Flower Festival.

 

This website will initially consist of the text from the display cards written for these Yateley: Fact and Fiction exhibitions. Of course some have been revised in the light of new research. Other topics are being added, but there is still a long list of topics still to be started.

 

If you are interested in contributing to the research please let us know. On the other hand if you have a question about Yateley‘s past which you think will be of general interest just put it to us....

 

For those of you who would like to read your history in a more conventional way, in date order starting in prehistory and ending up at the present day click on

 

Time Line

 

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Local History: General Acknowledgements

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