Welcome to the Cliffe at Hoo Historical Society.
Established in 2011 we are an officially constituted society and charity recognised by HMRC for Cliffe and the Hoo Peninsular
The Cliffe at Hoo Historical Society was established in early 2011 with the aim of publishing initially through Facebook and subsequently it's own website with both known historical material together with the result's of our of our own in depth research to a wider public audience. Since it's inception it has now grown into a fully constituted official small charity formally recognised by HMRC with it's own HMRC Charities reference number. It is now open to public membership for those interested in the history of the area and for archaeological activities aimed at confirming all aspects and associations of Cliffe and the surrounding Hoo Peninsula's historical past.
As you may, or may not be aware, we are lucky enough to live in a very historically important area of the UK. There have been historical findings on the Peninsula from as far back as the Palaeolithic era, through extensive Saxon and Roman history and up to more recent times spanning both WW1 and WW2, with much more besides.
The groups aim is explore, learn, collate and share information on the numerous archaeological sites found locally with the aim to help raise awareness and help future generations in the study of the historic landscape on the Peninsula and the role it has played in making Great Britain what it is today.
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