Fovant Jubilee Exhibition

Saturday, June 4th

Open 11am till 4pm



Featuring World War One artefacts and pictures from Margaret Mackenzie’s Archive that she has kindly left to the Village.

A slide Presentation of The Fovant Military Railway. Researched by Peter Harding

A History of Fovant houses researched by Liz Harden



Refreshments will be available to purchase in the back room§



SPECIAL INVITATION

We are looking for photographs of homes built during the Queens’s reign, and their residents. We would like to record these and add them to the Fovant History Archive.



We will make a special Jubilee section devoted to these pictures.

PLEASE

email to info@fovanthistory.org

Or bring round actual photos to Rupert at 1, Mill Orchard Cottages, Mary Barter Lane

And he will copy them.



A New Page has been created to explain the development of the Anniversary Poppy Badge

click here

We are grateful to Margaret McKenzie for her help toward establishing the Fovant History Interest Group

Margaret took a keen interest in the history of the Village, and over the years amassed a collection of artefacts and documents relating to WWI. This archive was accomplished through her dedicated research and donations, and has been bequeathed to the village.

Margaret was recently interviewed by TV Historian Dan Snow .

A podcast of this can be heard on the village website

www.fovantvillage.com

 

The committee of the Fovant History Interest Group, although changed still holds regular meetings so if you would like to attend 

Please email for details