Welcome to SASHA

The aim of the historical society is to research preserve and make available archives, artefacts and information relating to Stockcross and the Surrounding Area and to encourage active interest and participation in our local history.


WHAT'S NEW on our website?

Menu: RESEARCH : 1910 Domesday Survey : History of The Stockcross Working Men's Club: History of The Gables now Bayford House

Do have a look

Next Meeting Date

S&SHA's Annual General Meeting  will be held on Monday 28th June 2021 at 7.30pm at  Sutton Hall, Church Road, Stockcross. Please enter through the main hall.


The Society

Our society was formed in September 2013 initially to research the lives of the 27 men on the Stockcross and Marsh Benham War Memorial Tablet. We were helped by the receipt of a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund "1st World War Then and now" programme which has resulted in a book exhibition and this website.


We welcome new members and guests, please visit the Membership page for more information.

You can purchase membership via our online shop.


Monthly Meeting Programme

Wednesday 8th September at 2pm.
Sarah Summerville. - The History of Shaw House.

Wednesday 13th October at 2pm.
Nick Young. - Newbury in the Cold War Era.
(This is about what was happening in
Newbury at that time)

Wednesday 10th November 2pm.
David Peacock - Jack of Newbury

Wednesday 12th December 2pm
Christmas Social.

Guest welcome £5.00.

Any further information please contact:
Angela Tyler: ange.sunflower@gmail.com
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S&SHA recently held their AGM where a full Co-Chairman’s report was circulated. Nothing much has happened during the past 18 months because of COVID. Meetings and visits needed to be cancelled although our website and Facebook Page continued to be updated. It highlighted the problems that SASHA has had, in common with many other clubs but now with the easing of lockdown SASHA’s committee are determined to encourage members and guests back to their monthly meetings.
It was proposed to change SASHA meetings from the evening of the last Monday in the month to the afternoon of the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 2pm. The disadvantages of this would be that working members would not be able to attend without taking leave. The advantages, in winter members would not have to drive or walk in the dark or slippy weather and by changing to a daytime meeting we would hope to encourage more members/guests. Another day could be arranged for any special speakers or any outings. This change was overwhelmingly agreed by the members. Meetings will commence in September, please see poster.
Thanks were given to the Sutton Hall for their continuing support.
If anyone is interested in our local history checkout our website: www.stockcrosshistory.org.uk and/or our Facebook Page or contact me.
Angela Tyler. ange.sunflower@gmail.com.
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Good luck to England in the Euro final today against Italy.
Here is an early photo of Stockcross FC with a Trophy of their own.

Add some names if you can.
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