The Living Archive Milton Keynes and Milton Keynes Heritage Association would like to invite you to lunch to say thank you if you put on an event for Heritage Open Days in 2018.
Local historian and author Derek Blunt gives a light-hearted illustrated talk about the people who have helped to shape our history over the centuries.
Wolverton & District Archaeological and Historical Society
Wednesday, 20th March 2019
This exhibition will tell the story of local women’s lives, experiences, and history through an array of loaned and donated objects.
Milton Keynes Museum
From Friday, 22nd March 2019
Operation Bernhard was a secret Nazi plan devised during the Second World War to destabilise the British economy.
Lavendon Village History Group
Monday, 18th March 2019
What lies behind the mystery – or is it a conspiracy – of Charles Warren’s changed will? How did the changes affect the future of Simpson House and the lives of those involved?
Simpson History Group
This lecture examines the life of Burne-Jones and considers his achievements in painting and applied art.
Arts Society North Bucks
Thursday, 14th March 2019
The name “Minoan” derives from the mythical King Minos and was coined by the British archaeologist Arthur Evans.
Olney Archaeological Society
Tuesday, 12th March 2019
The talk will be given by the great-great-great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Harrison who was Estate Manager for the Radcliffe Trust.
Milton Keynes Museum Society
Tuesday 12th March 2019
An illustrated talk by Bev Kelly on the remarkable role of Queen Mary, who saved the British monarchy.
Buckingham Old Gaol
A talk by Margaret Roberts about the history of Warden Abbey in Bedfordshire.
Bow Brickhill History Society