Welcome to Aldermaston History Online

Aldermaston History Online is the  community heritage archive for the Aldermaston area.

Aldermaston is on the Hampshire/West Berkshire border in England. On this site you can explore, comment and contribute to fascinating collections of local history and heritage material including photos, documents, articles and personal stories.

As a new website any feedback and comments is most welcome.

Our thanks are owed to National Lottery players whose support, through a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, has made this project possible.

Latest comments
  • LOVE, Henry J

    Hi Lisa,

    Many thanks for getting in touch. We would love to hear more about your great uncle and would be happy to extend his story on the website, if you wish?

    Is your information ready for uploading onto the website? You can upload the information yourself using the CONTRIBUTE button on the home page, we would then put it into the story about your great uncle. Alternatively, one of our editors can contact you directly to discuss. Let us know what you prefer?

    Your great uncle’s name is read out every Rememberance Sunday at the Church in Aldermaston, it will again this year on November 8th but sadly to restricted numbers, but in years to come it will be to the large congregation that come to remember those that have fallen.

    Hopefully hear from you soon



    By Chris Boott (30/10/2020)
  • LOVE, Henry J

    I have more info on Henry J Love he was my great uncle.

    By Lisa Johnston (29/10/2020)
  • Charles Edward Keyser

    Hi Jeremy

    Many thanks for taking the trouble to contact us and clarify that point; the article has now been altered with the description ‘close friend’.

    If you are able to add any futher information at all, either by way of text or photographs, we would be delighted to receive it.

    Our aim is for the website to be a community resource, and responses, such as yours, are really important to us.

    Best wishes

    Peter Hulme

    Chair, Aldermaston History Group

    By Peter Hulme (27/10/2020)