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The Farnborough Society

Preserving the past, shaping the future

Welcome to The Farnborough Society


Clockhouse Roundabout, Farnborough. Photo courtesy of Nick Lewis Photography

Who are we?

Members of the public who either live, work or have a keen interest in the town of Farnborough in Hampshire.

 

Aims and Objectives

The Society aims to be a non-political community led voice for the well-being of Farnborough. It will also raise awareness about local isssues, the environment and history of the town.

The Clockhouse Roundabout, Farnborough. Photo courtesy of Nick Lewis Photography

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Farnborough Airship Hangar. Photo by Steve Optix

Farnborough Airship Hangar, Photo by Steve Optix

Membership Benefits

There is strength in numbers. It is difficult to make a single voice heard, but The Farnborough Society provides members with a platform from which to express their views and concerns regarding all issues of Farnborough life.

The message is simple:
Get involved and make things happen!

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Corporate Membership

Corporate Membership Rates

    

    

News & Projects

Click the links below to read further...

Safer Neighbourhoods Partnership

Architecture and Heritage

Rushmoor CAB & Step by Step

The Law in Action

Seven Ages of Aldershot Camp

Farnborough Festival Report

Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust

TAG Farnborough Airport

Focus on Farnborough

Farnborough Festival Civic Voice

Latest Newsletter (Issue 10)

Chairman TFS report 2012 - 13

CFAOS Creates Magic

Pedestrian Forum Wellesley Development

Royal Army Medical Corps demonstration

Border Ware talk

Seasonal Surprises - Dowsing

Empress Eugenie Presentation

Two tribes: West Indian folk tales in a Farnborough garden

Wellesley Development Presentation

Exploring Farnborough's Borderware Pottery

Fruit Forage Walk 2012

Newsletter (Issue 9)

St Peter's Church talk

Local Schools & The Workhouse

Update on Plans for Queensmead

Local River Management

The Pedestrian Forum

More News...

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