Links

This page contains links to other web sites or organisations that you might find interesting, useful in your own research, or informative towards enjoying Grayshott’s buildings and countryside.

Villages

The Headley village web site contains a wealth of information relevant to Grayshott prior to 1902, including church registers and censuses.
www.johnowensmith.co.uk

Grayshott’s Facebook page
www.facebook.com/Grayshott/

Grayshott’s village website
www.grayshott.com

County Record Offices

The Hampshire Record Office in Winchester
www.hants.gov.uk/archives

The Surrey History Centre in Woking
Holds records from St Lukes and Grayshott School.
www.surreycc.gov.uk/heritage-culture-and-recreation/archives-and-history/surrey-history-centre

Local Museums

Haslemere Educational Museum
www.haslemeremuseum.co.uk/

Museum of Farnham
www.farnham.gov.uk/discover/history-and-heritage/museum-of-farnham

Petersfield Museum
www.petersfieldmuseum.co.uk/

Guildford Museum
www.guildford.gov.uk/museum

The Curtis Museum, Alton, covers all aspects of local history
www.hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk/curtis-museum

Alton Museum of History and Art
www.altonmuseum.com/

Traditional Life

The Tilford Rural Life Centre has extensive displays of historic farm tools, machinery, buildings and domestic artefacts that show traditional village life in our area.
www.rural-life.org.uk/

The Weald and Downland Living Museum gives a wonderful insight towards the houses, crafts, lifestyle and agriculture relevant to Grayshott’s old farming hamlet.
www.wealddown.co.uk/

Landscape

The Friends of Ludshott Common take a special interest in this rare and protected heathland.
www.ntludshott.org.uk/

The National Trust owns and looks after thousands of acres around Grayshott, including Ludshott Common, Waggoners Wells, Bramshott Chase, Windy Gap and Hindhead Common.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/

The Woodland Trust helps to protect, restore and create woods.
www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/

The People of the Heath project is researching Petersfield’s prehistoric community.
www.peopleoftheheath.com/