About the centre
Redhill Centre for Local and Family History is based in Redhill Library, and you can use the local history centre resources at any time that the library is open.
Even better, visit us at the following times each month when volunteers are available to help you use the resources and equipment:
- The first and third Saturday of every month from 2pm until 4pm
- 2 December
- 16 December
The local and family history centre exists to encourage interest in local and family history in Redhill, Reigate, Bletchingley, Buckland, Earlswood, Gatton, Leigh, Merstham, Nutfield, Salfords and Sidlow.
We offer an extensive range of resources including census records, parish registers, large scale maps, directories and photos.
We provide a microfilm and microfiche reader-printer and there is access to the internet on the library computer terminals.
If we can't answer your question, we can refer you to local experts or Surrey History Centre. When the centre is not staffed you can leave a written enquiry.
Redhill Centre for Local and Family History is a partnership between Surrey Libraries, Surrey History Centre, Reigate and District Family History Group, Holmesdale Natural History Club, Reigate Priory Museum and the Merstham Society.
See also Wings Museum at Balcombe, West Sussex.
Redhill Centre for Local and Family History is looking for more volunteer stewards and committee members. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in volunteering.
Books produced by the Centre all now only £1 each:
- Victorian Reigate and Redhill by Tony Powell (no longer available)
- Royalists, Roundheads and Rogues of Reigate by Brenda Potter
- Tudor Reigate by Tony Powell
- Family History Guide to Local Records (Reigate and District) by Arthur Hawkes and Jackie Johnson
Cheque with order please, payable to Redhill Centre for Local and Family History. UK postage and packing £1.64 per book, for overseas please contact us.