Farnham Herald

Independent family-run newspaper, serving the Farnham area since 1892.



Independent family-run newspaper, serving Farnham, Wrecclesham, BadshotLea, Elstead, Tilford, Frensham, Rowledge, Crondall and everywhere in between since 1892. Send your stories and pics to news@farnhamherald.com or call 01252 899221.


THE FARNHAM HERALD series of newspapers began life as the brainchild of E.W. Langham, who started a small printing office premises off South Street, in Farnham, in 1892. Its popularity and rapidly increasing sales and circulation inspired Mr. Langham to start an office in West Street, Haslemere, and produce a Haslemere Herald in 1896.


Mr. Langham died in 1967 aged ninety-seven. Sir Ray Tindle CBE DL, the Present, subsequently purchased the Herald and has continued it as a family business, installing fully computerised production equipment and a web offset press.


He now owns 200 titles and 10 radio stations. Under his control for the last 36 years, the Herald has launched a further three titles so that it now covers Farnham, Haslemere, Alton, Liphook and Bordon. It is a modern and up-to-date newspaper series and is still the "paper for small advertisements". It is the flagship of Ray Tindle's Group.


If you're looking for local news, information about local clubs and "What's On", then check out the Farnham Herald - http://www.farnhamherald.com/