Liss Area Historical Society
Liss Area Historical Society
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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.

LISS COLLECTION

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.

VISITS

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

PUBLICATIONS

See Publications section for details of our books.

NEWSLETTERS

Our newsletters can be found on the "About Us" tab at the top and then in the documents button link on the left of the screen.



 

Our next meeting: Wednesday 21st February 2018

The Jolliffes of Petersfield

Speaker: Bill Gosney

What happened to the MP's??

For information on further talks you could take a look at our list on the "Talks" tab.

Guests are welcome and would pay a small contribution at the door.

We welcome you to our Society and look forward to meeting you, no historical expertise is necessary.

  • NORTH DEVON TRIP MONDAY 16 JULY– THURSDAY 19 JULY 2018- UPDATED INFORMATION

You can find this information on the Documents and News tabs.

Good Village News!!

LISS is Hampshire Village of the Year - 2017

Liss won the top award plus five other First awards! 

The details are as follows:

1.  “Village of the Year Award” - Liss

2. “Community Engagement Award” - Liss

3. “Best Village Feature” – Liss Triangle Community Centre

4. “Excellence in Localism Award” – Liss Luncheon Club

5. “Excellence in Localism Award” – The Work on the Liss Neighbourhood Plan

6. “Inspiring Places” – The Cross Over, the Liss Youth Drop-in Centre