The North Buckinghamshire Decorative and Fine Arts Society was launched in 2009 and has now rebranded, in line with the national society, as The Arts Society North Bucks. The Society meets on the second Thursday of each month (except in July and August) at Lovat Hall in Newport Pagnell.
The Society organises monthly lectures, outings to places of interest and issues a newsletter. The Society successfully campaigned for the preservation of Rectory Cottages and has worked to preserve Bletchley Park. The monthly lectures are held in Rectory Cottages on the first Thursday of the month between October and May.
Bletchley Park, once the top-secret home of the World War Two code-breakers is now a vibrant heritage attraction. Ciphers and codes of several Axis countries were decrypted including, most importantly, those generated by the German Enigma and Lorenz machines.
The Society was formed in October 2009 and meets more or less monthly. Members and non-members are very welcome. Historical information about the village, its people and its places, is sprinkled throughout the Bow Brickhill website. Here you will find links to documents and photographs.
The Parish covers the area of Milton Keynes enclosed by the Portway, Saxon Street and Monks Way grid roads with the western boundary being the area to the west of the railway line known as Bradwell Abbey.
BCS is a Registered Charity founded in 1992. It promotes the restoration of the Old Stratford and Buckingham Arms of the Grand Union Canal and the education of the public in canal history.
The County Museum was founded by the Bucks Archaeological Society in the mid 19th century and was operated by the County Council from 1957 until 2014 when it became the Bucks County Museum Trust.
The Group provides a regular opportunity for local members to meet and exchange experiences and to receive encouragement and advice on their genealogical problems. Meetings are usually held on the first Wednesday of each month at 7.30 pm at the Methodist Church Hall, Bletchley.
The Buckinghamshire Constabulary was set up in 1857. On 1st April 1968 it was amalgamated into the Thames Valley Constabulary.
The objectives of the Project, set up in 1996, are to uncover the past of Calverton, a village near Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, and to record its present for the future.
Castlethorpe Historical Society, formed in 2014, holds talks by guest speakers every two months, as well as organising trips to centres of local historical importance and some 'hands-on' historical research projects.
By bringing together the records so far collected for Castlethorpe, a villagenear Stony Stratford, the personal and cultural achievements of the population can be sensed. More modern records and photographs are being included.
The Community Landscape Archaeology Survey Project acts as an umbrella organisation for local history, archaeological and metal detecting associations in West Northamptonshire.
CBA South Midlands, an autonomous local group under the umbrella of the national Council for British Archaeology, covers four counties — Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire.
The Museum is dedicated to the life of William Cowper and John Newton and the history of the local area.
Deanshanger has been a predominantly rural village located in South Northamptonshire. The village developed an industrial base during the Victorian era which resulted in a period of growth and expansion. DVHS was founded in 1999 by residents in order to preserve and celebrate the history of the village, its people and surroundings.
Detecting and recording finds for two local villages: Stoke Bruerne in South Northamtonshire and Hanslope in Buckinghamshire.
Supported by the Churches Conservation Trust, local residents have formed the Friends of St Lawrence group to create more opportunities for people to enjoy the church and its medieval wall paintings and to provide a focal point in the community.