Bourne Society, The
East Surrey Local History
Registered as a UK Charity No. 293109
The Bourne Society was formed in 1956 and takes its name from the underground streams which follow the lines of the A22 and A23 roads in East Surrey, meeting in Purley to flow northward to the River Wandle.
The objectives of the Society are to extend the knowledge of local (and associated family) history in the districts of Caterham, Chaldon, Chelsham, Chipstead, Coulsdon, Farleigh, Godstone, Kenley Purley, Sanderstead, Whyteleafe, Warlingham and Woldingham and to ensure the preservation of records and objects of historical interest.
Details of the Society's activities are found on our website www.bourne-society.org.uk
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Part 1: Books Published by The Bourne Society
This section includes items in print in the Village Histories series, and booklets on East Surrey reminiscences, Archaeology, Industrial History
Part 2: Local History Records
An annual compilation of well-researched topics of East Surrey history.
Part 3: Postcards Series
Colour postcards published since 1985 and some sepia reproduction cards of the early 20th century
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