Printed Material

The Blackheath Society is a voluntary, subscription based organisation which raises additional funds through the sale of certain publications.

Newsletter

The Newsletter is published three times a year and is automatically sent to all members. It aims to keep local residents and others updated on matters that affect the Society or matters that the Society is being consulted on. More information >>

Walking the Heath

This 86 page fully-illustrated publication covers more than 1,000 years of the recorded history of the Heath, one of London's most attractive and important open spaces, and it details three carefully researched walks covering the east, west and central area of the Heath.   It is available from the office at £7.50.(+ £1.50 postage).  Members are entitled to one copy at £5.00.   They can be bought from the office, in the Old Bakehouse, (rear of Age Exchange) during normal office hours.

Guardians of the Heath

Free copies of the Society's latest publication are available for all members of the Society.  If you have not been able to collect yours please contact the office (020 8297 1937).   Additional copies for members are available from the office at a special price of £6.50.

Limited Edition Prints

As part of our celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the Society, members have the opportunity to buy reprints of two photographs of the Village taken just after the Society was born. More information >>


The Photographic Library

The Blackheath Society holds a huge library of photographic records of the Blackheath area going back over 100 years.

If you are curious as to whether there are any images of your house, or office, or church, or road, do please call the Secretary on 020 8297 1937 who would be pleased to arrange for you to access the records.

It is not possible for you to take any of the images away but if you wish a copy to be made, the Society can arrange for a digital image to be created for which a charge will be levied.

Copyright of the image remains the property of the photographer unless previously assigned to the Society. Permission will be sought before the  reproduction of an image is undertaken.

The Photographic Library would not exist without the dedication of Neil Rhind MBE our local historian and author, who over several decades, has gathered together the many images that we hold.

We are also grateful to various people who have in the past donated images for our records and we are always pleased to receive other such images if you would like to find a good home for them.

 
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