The Crondall Society was set up in 1972 as a way of stimulating interest in the history and heritage of Crondall, with the goal of preserving and enhancing the village for current and future generations to enjoy.
Each year we run a number of events, including talks given by local people or businesses, and walks focusing on local history, architecture or the environment. The highlight of recent years has been the publication of the book ‘Crondall: Evolution of a Hampshire Village’ in 2018. In the past, The Crondall Society has also taken an active interest in planning matters affecting the village with the goal of preserving and enhancing the village’s unique aesthetic.
Over 400 residents of the village are members of the Crondall Society, paying a yearly subscription of £5 for an individual or £8 for a joint membership. Members receive our magazine, the Crondall Chronicles, twice a year.
If you would like to join the Crondall Society, please get in touch via our Contact Us page or call our Membership Secretary, Sally Wilshire.
The Committee meets once every three months, and we are always looking for new Committee members to come and help grow and develop the Society for the future.
The Crondall Society was recently left a generous legacy, with the request that the money be used to educate local children about the history of the village. We are currently in the planning stages of how the legacy will be spent, so watch this space for future updates
Events are advertised here, on the village Facebook page (Crondall Notice Board), in the Chronicles magazine and with posters around the village.