Aldridge Theatre


Aldridge Theatre, Frensham Heights Set in 125 acres in Rowledge, Farnham, Frensham Heights offers a wide range of venues for large or small events. The Aldridge Theatre is a professional working theatre seating up to 300 with foyer and bar. The ballroom can seat up to 200, the recital room can seat an audience [...]

Farnham Castle


Standing on its hill for nearly 900 years, Farnham Castle is one of the few remaining great medieval houses of England. Historical associations, almost continuous occupancy and careful preservation make the complex of buildings a significant and interesting survivor from the past. The powerful and wealthy Bishops of Winchester built Farnham Castle. For hundreds of [...]

The Farnham Pottery


Farnham Pottery is located in Wrecclesham near Farnham, Surrey. This is one of the best preserved examples of a working Victorian country pottery left in England and is a grade II listed building. Its significance in the local area is shown by it featuring on the emblem of Wrecclesham Cricket Club The [...]

Farnham Town Hall


From 1895 until 1974, Farnham Urban District Council was the local and district body responsible for the town and environs of Farnham. The 1974 local government reorganisation saw Farnham Urban District Council disbanded and the creation of Waverley District Council through the merging of Farnham, Godalming and Haslemere District Council and Hambledon Rural District [...]

Farnham Library


Farnham Library Vernon House 28 West Street Farnham Surrey GU9 7DR. Farnham library is next door to the Bishop's Table Hotel.   The Library in Farnham warmly welcomes anyone to visit its multitude of facilities including lovely library gardens.

St Mark’s Church


St Mark's Church St Mark's is a spacious Victorian Grade II listed church with plenty of flexible space for all sorts of meetings. The church can be arranged with chairs and tables to suit and can fit around 150 people sitting in rows (more if standing). There is an adjoining community centre which can [...]

Blue Bear Bookshop


Blue Bear Bookshop Named after a cult novel by Walter Moers: The 13.5 lives of Captain Blue Bear, this family-run independent bookshop and café opened in 2019 to great acclaim and was immediately embraced by the town. Visitors love the glamorous 1920s inspired interior, beautifully curated book selection and specialty coffee and cake. The bookshop was [...]

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