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Our Society was founded in 1996 and is run by a small group of people from the village. We share a passionate interest in our community, its people and how it has come to be the way it is. We also understand the importance of recording and maintaining stories, records and artefacts from the village and surrounding areas for the benefit of future generations.

We hold a regular calendar of well-attended talks and lectures in Sarratt Village Hall - meetings take place on Tuesdays at 7:30 for 8pm, with members attending free. Our Annual General Meeting takes place in January and we publish a programme of events every Spring.

We also arrange some ‘one-off’ walks of historical interest and special exhibitions linked to specific historical anniversaries and commemorations.

A programme of events is published each Spring and sent to members. Membership is open to all
- see our Membership Page for more details.

As we research the history of local places and people, we encourage everyone to share their local knowledge with us.


Tuesday 17 March
Introducing the digitised Sarratt Scrapbook and launch of our website
NB Postponed because of COVID-19

Tuesday 19 May
Emily Toettcher - Curator of Amersham Museum
Amersham History
NB Postponed because of COVID-19

Tuesday 22 September
Christopher Bennett
The Treasures of the Hertfordshire Archives
The County Archivist visits Sarratt with some gems about our village history

Tuesday 17 November
Fabian Hiscock
Batchworth: the Industrial Heart of Georgian Rickmansworth
The well-known local expert on the canal network shares his latest research

Tuesday 26 January 2021
AGM and talk: Life in the Slow Stream
Angela Colman talks about her anthology of memories of life at Sarratt Mill

Where to find us

Zoom in on Sarratt.

Sarratt Village Hall is next door to the Cricketers pub, and close to the crossroads between the Green/Dimmocks Lane and Church Lane/George V Way


The Scrapbook is a collection of clippings, news articles, pamphlets, posters and all manner of other assorted printed matter. It documents in remarkable detail the events, meetings and goings on that make up life the village and surrounding hamlets; spanning three centuries, it offers a unique perspective on a rural community.

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Click on the graphic to visit the Scrapbook page

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