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by Kathleen D. Cantle

Download Fareham and Hampshire Farmers' Club: History of the First Hundred Years, 1891-1990 eBook
ISBN:
0951659502
Author:
Kathleen D. Cantle
Category:
Agricultural Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fareham & Hants Farmers' Club (January 1991)
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87 pages
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1972 kb
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The Club was formed in 1891. The First AGM was held in at The Red Lion Hotel, Fareham on 11th January 1892. There were 153 members and the subscription was 5/- per annum! The aims of the Club were similar to those of today and were clearly set down and stated to be The Association be called the Fareham and Hampshire Farmers’ Club and be non-political: that its objects be for the consideration and discussion of various subjects affecting directly or indirectly the interests of agriculture, for the promotion of more unity amongst agriculturists and.

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The club frequently moved premises in its first 60 years. The rest of the block remains largely residential, and the club's former rooms now make up part of the Royal Horseguards Hotel, owned by Thistle Hotels. Its inaugural meeting on 9 December 1842 was held in a pub, the Hereford Arms, in King Street, Covent Garden. By April 1893 the club has secured rooms at the York Hotel in Bridge Street, Blackfriars. As well as its London premises, the club has a permanent pavilion at the Royal Showground, National Agricultural Centre, in Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, opened by Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.

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