The History Hut

The History Hut is a converted World War 2 Nissen at Netherham Farm. Curated by Karen Cook, it is home to information and artifacts about local history, spanning from the Roman Villa found at the farm, up to World War 2. It also makes quirky venue with fantastic views towards the Tor and has a car park and toilets.

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Community Heritage Access Centre Visit the History Hut

Volunteers from the Community Heritage Access Centre visited the History Hut on Wednesday  May 29th.  It was an interesting morning, and we learned a lot from chatting to them as they looked at the local history displays.

The History Hut only opens on some weekends, but if any groups or clubs would like to visit, that is very easy to arrange.
There is no admission fee, tea and biscuits can be provided, and all just for a donation.
So far over £300 has gone to The Royal British Legion, £50 to Help for Heroes, and now we are hoping to raise enough money to buy a memorial seat for the Millenium Woods at Henley.   The woods have been planted on what was allotments given to the men who returned from the Great War. It would be great to remember them, and those who did not return.

Summer Exhibition 2018

Photography Competition

History Hut Before & After – The Restoration