The National Archives and Leicester University have been awarded a grant by the Arts and Humanities Research Council to undertake a three-year research project examining poverty across England and Wales in Victorian times.
The number of Bedfordshire Community Archives web pages has now passed 6,000 and covers 142 communities.
The BBC is looking for film, letters, diaries, and oral history recordings to tell the story of one community living through the war.
100 of the best churches across Northamptonshire have been selected to promote the county’s significant tourism offering of churches.
Edward Legg was a highly regarded local historian who lived in Bletchley and bequeathed his collection of local history material to the University of Buckingham.
Milton Keynes Council Conservation and Archaeology Team maintains a Heritage at Risk Register for the borough.
Enjoy the chance to climb the stone staircase to admire the magnificent view from the roof and look over the world-famous Gardens of Stowe.
The Buckinghamshire Military Museum Trust are delighted to host comedian Al Murray at the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Second Space.
Rushden & District History Society has arranged for a ‘Blue Plaque’ to be unveiled at Walter’s old residence on Queen Street by Morcea Walker MBE on Sunday 25th March 2018.at 12.00 noon.