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National Badminton Museum

The National Badminton Museum is located at the National Badminton Centre in Milton Keynes. The Museum hosts one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of badminton artefacts, archives and memorabilia in the world.
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National Trust Stowe

The National Trust was founded in 1895 by Octavia Hill, Sir Robert Hunter and Hardwicke Rawnsley. Over the last 120 years it has become one of the UK’s largest charities, caring for historic properties and areas of beautiful countryside.
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New Bradwell Heritage Group

New Bradwell is a village situated in Buckinghamshire, approximately 50 miles north of London, now on the outskirts of Milton Keynes. New Bradwell Heritage Group was formed in September 2005 with a view to sharing the history of New Bradwell.
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Newport Pagnell Historical Society

Newport Pagnell Historical Society was founded in 1984. By the 1990s the society was able to purchase and refurbish Chandos Hall and open it both as a Museum and the Society's headquarters. The Society meets there twice a month.
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North Crawley Historical Society

North Crawley is a small parish village in the county of Buckinghamshire, located about three and a half miles east of Newport Pagnell. The society was formed in 2004.
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Old Stratford

The village of Old Stratford developed on both sides of the old Roman road of Watling Street, near to where it crosses over the River Ouse. Watling Street marks the boundary between the parishes of Passenham to the south and Cosgrove to the north, so that Old Stratford homes belonged to one of these two parishes in the past.
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Olney & District Historical Society

The Society was founded in 1997 by a group of like-minded people determined to keep Olney history alive for all generations of people in the town and those who have since moved away from Olney. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at the Olney Centre.
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Olney Archaeological Society

The Society was founded in 1985. The Society arranges meetings, visits and other activities of archaeological and related interest. Meetings are held at the Olney Centre on Tuesday mornings, approximately two per month, between September and May.
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Open University Archive

The University Archive holds historical materials of the Open University and research collections relevant to many fields of research, in particular modern political history, distance education, history of management, history of mathematics and systems behaviour.
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