Southam Heritage Collection

This photo shows a mass gathering on Market Hill, Southam on a festival day in the early 1900's

The Southam Heritage Collection (previously know as Southam's Cardall Collection) contains over 4,500 documents and items relating to the history of Southam and the surrounding villages. In addition it houses the Alan Griffin photographic archive consisting of over 1,000 unique local photographs plus 450 glass plate negatives from the early 20th century.

Venue Type:

Museum, Archive, Association or society

Opening hours

Being a small volunteer run organisation we cannot guarantee regular opening hours however we are happy to open the collection on request to suit most requirements. Our current exhibition "Humour & Sentiment in WW1" will be open from 10 - 12 every Tuesday morning until further notice. Please send an email to cardallcollection@hotmail.co.uk or phone 01926 613503 for access outside of the above times.

Admission charges

There are no entry charges, however donations to help fund the work of the Collection would be much appreciated.

Getting there

Although our address is Market Hill, the entrance is just around the corner about 5 yards down Park Lane though a large black door.

Getting there

Although our address is Market Hill, the entrance is just around the corner about 5 yards down Park Lane though a large black door.

Southam Heritage Collection
Basement, Vivian House,
21 Market Hill
Southam
Warwickshire
CV47 0HF
England

Website

E-mail

cardallcollection@hotmail.co.uk

Telephone

Chairman, Bernard Cadogan

01926 613503

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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