New members

Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust

Founded in 1997, the Trust has studied and visited many different, parks gardens and designed landscapes, old and new, throughout the historic county, and beyond. It runs a number of summer walks throughout the year, and a series of Spring Talks at the County Museum, Aylesbury, over the winter/early spring period. It also runs occasional Seminars and Conferences. Its publication is The Bucks Gardener. The Trust's Research and Recording group explores the legacy of historic parks gardens and other designed landscapes in the county.

Cosgrove & Furtho

Cosgrove is a village in Northamptonshire about two miles north of Stony Stratford. In the past Furtho was a thriving village with its own rich history intertwined with Cosgrove's.

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.

Potterspury History Group

PHiG holds meetings every other month (mostly on local topics). Researches and archives historical materials. Meetings are held in Potterspury Village Hall.

Public Arts Trust

The Public Arts Trust is a charity set up to deal with the the condition of existing public art in Milton Keynes, in particular the sculptures.

Westbury Arts Centre

Westbury Arts Centre is based in a Grade II listed 17th Century farmhouse building. A team of Westbury volunteers has researched the history of Westbury.