A map of the Pondtail area of Fleet in the 1880s donated to Fleet and Crookham Local History Group (see link below)
From Get Hampshire:
Fleet and Crookham Local History Group is 30 years old, having been set up in 1986 following a wish from within the Fleet and Crookham Civic Society to have a museum in Hart.
The archive catalogue lists more than 8,800 items and the scans of material donated or loaned now numbers more than 58,000.
The group is now looking for a secure room in which to store archive material, with additional space for volunteers to work on cataloguing and scanning, and to carry out research and answer enquiries.
In 2007, the group was given a National Lottery award of £3,880 to increase public access.
This included purchase of display stands and providing copies of local history material, such as directories, census returns and topics relating to businesses, sport and graveyard memorials, in a set of red binders on open shelves in Fleet Library.
To widen contact with the public, the group invites enquiries and offers of information at its Meet the Local History Detectives sessions, held in Fleet Library.
The History Group’s web site can be found here.
You can find detailed information on the history of Fleet Pond on the FPS website here.