Barnes and Mortlake History Society

Barnes and Mortlake History Society
This watercolour painting by George Barret Jnr (1767–1842) shows the Thames Bank at Mortlake around 1820.
This wash drawing by S. Kay shows the West End of Lonsdale Road and The Terrace at Barnes.

The Barnes & Mortlake History Society was founded in 1955 to educate the public about the history of  Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

The Society holds a programme of monthly lectures from September until April (details on our website and social media). These are generally held at St Mary’s Church, Barnes and, periodically, All Saints Church, East Sheen. Entry is free to members; guests pay a small fee. We also publish a range of books, papers, leaflets and greeting cards, while members receive a quarterly newsletter. During the summer, the Society runs a series of local walks and we have stalls at fairs in Barnes and Mortlake.

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