Hamble Local History Society
History of Satchell Lane
7th November 2019 - 7.30pm. Roy Underdown Pavilion.
There cannot be many residential roads in this country that can match the history of Satchell Lane. Many people are not aware that it was not until the beginning of the 1900s that most of the lane became part of Hamble, as in the previous centuries Satchell was a tithing in Hound.
At the next Society's meeting Society Chairman, Ian Underdown, will be giving a well-illustrated talk about its history from its first recorded mention in 1251, through many changes in ownership, occupation and use up to the present day. Agricultural, maritime and aviation activities have had a significant impact on Satchell residents’ lives over the years.
Why not come along to find out how Satchell Lane has developed to as we know it today and gain an insight what it was like in the past through many fascinating pictures and be amazed by the story of this small rural lane.
New members and visitors are always welcomed! The cost is £2 a meeting.
If you would like more information please contact the Society’s Secretary.