Liss Area Historical Society

Welcome to the web site of the Liss Area Historical Society

Liss Area Historical Society welcomes new members to join us to enjoy 8 meetings a year, September to April, on the third Wednesday of each month, except December, which is variable. Meetings are held at 7.30pm in The Triangle Community Centre, situated in the centre of Liss. We are a friendly Society and it is not necessary to have any qualifications or historical knowledge to enjoy it.


We look after the Liss Collection of archives on behalf of the local community.  It contains records, objects and photographs and can be viewed by arrangement through the contact us facility.


Details of forthcoming visits to places of historical interest can be found in the News section of this website


See Publications section for details of our books.


Our newsletters can be found on the "Our Society" tab at the top and then in the drop down menu click on documents.


Our Next meeting is on Wednesday 17th April 2019.

7:30pm The Triangle, Liss.

The talk is:

The History of Hops in Hampshire

Speaker: Bill Weeks

This will be the last talk before we break for the summer.  After this break we shall resume our talks on the 18th September with "The History of Pewter" presented by Hillary Bagshaw.

Non members are welcome to visit