The Society meets on the first Tuesday of every month at the Surbiton Library Annexe, located behind the war memorial on Ewell Road.  Teas and coffees are available at 7:30pm with the talk starting at 7:45.

Our next evening:

Tues 3 December 2019 –  Christmas Special Event with a talk by Sharon Wright on her new book, The Mother of the Brontes, (with a book signing too) plus our usual food & festivities & quiz!
The Daily Telegraph gave it five stars and called it ‘a fine bit of detective work’.
Daily Express reviewed it: The groundbreaking biography of Maria Branwell reveals a remarkable woman who has spent 200 years in the shadow of her gifted children, Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë. The witty, clever and resilient Regency lady of letters, lover of Patrick and mother of genius has been missing for too long. The extraordinary Brontës were a family like no other and it all began when Maria met Patrick.
This is her story.
Follow this link to Sharon Wright


All are welcome to join and hear a variety of talks on historical topics. Visitors fee is £2, or an annual subscription of £15.

The Society also run a number of outings in the year; email lenandmarilyn@virginmedia.com

or surbitonhistoricalsociety32@gmail.com

for more information or enquire at any of our meetings.