Updated 8th April 2014 for next Saturday drop in Updated 22nd April 2014 for next Saturday drop in & May meeting


A brief introduction to some of our activities

Next Meeting
Our Next Meeting is on
Thursday 22nd May at 7.30 when we have our own Mike Webber telling us all about
"How We built a Miniature Railway - The story of Mizens Railway at Knaphill".

See the Diary page for full details.

Our next Saturday (10.30 - 12.30) free drop in to look at some of the Society's collection in the Heritage Room (in the Library) will be on the 3rd May.
Do join us at any time as we look at some of our archive collection. The library also has an open to enjoy at the same time.
Do you have any memories to share?

The new BYFLEET CALENDAR is now on sale.
They are available in the Library, the St. Mary's Community Centre and at Heritage Society meetings until they run out,
or by post - email .

The Society is interested in researching, recording and disseminating the history of Byfleet.
We have included a number of links to some related sites here, and will gradually add more - suggestions very welcome.
We also have a Forum and are very keen for visitors to share their memories of Byfleet there and, of course, we welcome copies of any local photographs.

Society Diary
The Heritage Room
Please leave your memories of Byfleet here
A brief history of Byfleet
A brief history of Byfleet Fire Station
War Memorials
How to Join the Society
Some Byfleet people
Some Byfleet places
Pre 1858 PCC Byfleet wills
BHS Newsletter Archive
St Mary's School 1951 Mr Ely's class photo
St Mary's Church Choir photos
Photo Gallery - A mixture of photographs from around the Village (with a slideshow and full screen options)
Some links to other sites of interest
Some Byfleet Heritage Society Projects
Byfleet in books
Society Photographic Competition, 2011

Reprinted by the Society after almost 30 years, this superbly researched history of Byfleet is now available for only Ł9.95.
(NB I'm afraid this has now sold out. We will consider a another reprint in the fullness of time.)

Read all about Byfleet's royal connections throughout the centuries, from The Black Prince through to James I and Anne of Denmark.

Click on the image to the left to see a larger version.

Click HERE to see some photographs from the launch.

Please email me at if you would like further details.

This site is in its very early stages. Please email me at if you would like further details. Many thanks.
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