A series of six trails exploring the civilian and military history of Aldershot since the Victorian era.
With the ever-changing face of Aldershot, this project celebrates and commemorates over 160 years of the town’s history from its humble beginnings as a small rural village to its current status.
The project focuses on people, places, buildings, and events as we tell the story of Aldershot and its place in history as the ‘Home of the British Army’.
We hope you enjoy using the trails and feedback is always welcome to enable us to make improvements to the experience.
Usage: To pauses move your mouse into the carousel and to resumes move your mouse outside the carousel. A PDF is also available here to download.
The Aldershot Heritage Trails are the result of five years’ collaboration between Rushmoor Borough Council, the Friends of Aldershot Military Museum and Grainger plc, in order to develop and deliver this exciting project.
On Saturday 19th November 2016, the plans for the proposed Aldershot Heritage Trails were presented to the public in Aldershot town centre. We were asking people to fill out a survey with their thoughts on the proposed Trails. Click the image to view the PDF that was produced for the Public Consultation.
Here are some photos from the day. In the photos are Paul Vickers and Mike Gardiner from the Friends and Ed Bartlett and Carla Norton from Grainger Plc.