We usually hold our meetings in the Small Hall at All Saints Church Halls, Onslow Gardens, Sanderstead, CR2 9AB.

They are on the last Wednesday of each month starting at 2.00 pm, usually excluding August and December.

We make a small charge to cover the cost of hiring the hall and providing tea and biscuits after the meeting.

The meetings can be on any historical subject and not limited to Sanderstead. Most meetings are led by members of the group and are quite informal. This enables members to give a talk on a subject of their choice.

Until we are confident to resume meetings at All Saints following Covid-19 we are providing our meetings by Zoom at the same times. Write to us using our contact page to ask to be put on our mailing list so we can send you the Zoom link prior to each meeting.

Meetings in 2021

27th January: Childhood outings or holidays. This is a meeting for members when in turn you can relate your memories. Have any photos or objects ready which you can hold up to your computer’s camera. This will be very informal and act as a trial run for future Zoom meetings.

24th February: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. Croydon composer and musician, by Chris Harman.

31st March: Henry Keatley-Moore: Mayor of Croydon 1906-1908, by Jill Hall.

28th April: Pilgrims and Pilgrim Routes, by Dee Palmer

26th May: "Beware Watercress" - Typhoid outbreak in Croydon in 1937, by Joyce Hoad

30th June: The History of Theatre in Croydon, by Dee Palmer

28th July: Coombe - The lost hamlet of Croydon, by Chris Harman

25th August: Wartime Memories in Farleigh, by Paul Lewis

29th September: Croydon's Musical Connections, by Chris Harman ] Due to unforseen circumstances the programme

27th October: Selsdon AD 871 to 1800: A "Country Estate", by Joyce Hoad ] previously shown for these dates had to be changed

24th November: All members: An early Christmas party

Sanderstead Court