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.


Next Meeting Date

Some of you may be aware that due to the COVID-19 Restrictions the Village Hall has introduced new T&C's for hire. This means that we cannot use the small hall alone, but we have to hire both halls at the same time, and we have to pay a hire fee as well as organising cleaning before and after, and maintaining social distancing. As a result we have decided that it would be difficult to hold meetings for the next few months and therefore we are aiming to hold our next meeting as the AGM on 25th January 2021. Of course in the meantime circumstances may change and we may be faced with more or less regulations, in which case we will let you know of any revised dates and arrangements.

We welcome new members who can join at the meeting.

Want to become a member but can't make the meeting?
Buy an annual subscription online via our Shop.

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.


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