Category Archives: Richmond history

‘Non-political, Non-sectarian and Non-alcoholic’: Kew’s Victoria Working Men’s Club, 1910-1926

Special guest blog by professional researcher and local historian Simon Fowler Kew’s Victoria Working Men’s Club was founded in 1885 as a space for local working men to socialise away from the temptations of the public house. Its motto was … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, British history, Local History, London history, Public History, Research, Richmond history, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment