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Historic Buildings Section

The Historic Buildings Section was formed in 1982 as a specialist group within the Society in order that this aspect of the Society's work might be carried out more effectively. The section aims to bring together people with a common interest in the historic buildings of Hampshire, to promote research and help beginners, to encourage awareness of the County's architectural heritage, and to help preserve threatened structures of architectural or historic value. To this end we organise a varied programme of Winter lectures and visits to historic buildings. Reports on various topics of interest appear in the Newsletter. Edward Roberts, the Historic Buildings Newsletter Editor, would welcome contributions via email.
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Wherwell Abbey: the roof of 'The Stables' - Published in Hampshire Studies (Volume 53)

Current programme - a full listing of all events organised by the different sections of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society.

New Publications - Hampshire Houses 1250 - 1700: Their Dating & Development by Edward Roberts. A revised and updated edition is now available.

Section Archive

Find out about significant people and previous events put on by Historic Buildings.

The group contrast the vernacular style of Abbotstone with the splendours of Avington Park - photos Peter Roberts
Any questions about the Historic Buildings Section?
Then email Bill Fergie
Chairman, Historic Buildings Section