Newport Pagnell Historical Society was founded in 1984 by a small group interested in the buildings and people of the town and surrounding area and concerned in preserving the past for the future. By the 1990’s the thriving society, by its own fund raising efforts and with the generous help of the Harry Middleton Gift, was able to purchase and refurbish Chandos Hall and open it both as a Museum and the Society’s headquarters. The Society currently has around one hundred and seventy members who meet twice a month and is active in many aspects of the town and further afield including the preservation of historical buildings many of which have been sadly lost in the past.
The items below can be found under our ‘ABOUT NPHS’ tab
Programme for 2019/20
Next Meetings – For details of these please visit ‘NEWSLETTERS and POSTERS’
We will be having some ‘Half-Term’ activities next week. To find out about them click the link below.
Some old pictures
This link will take you to our first web site why not have a look. www.mkheritage.co.uk/nphs
There are other links in various places that will take you to specific parts of the other site.
Then when you are ready click the back arrow to come back here.
Remember that wherever you visit, using the back arrow will return you to the previous place.
Newport Pagnell Historical Society would like to acknowledge and thank Alan Cooper – MKHA web administrator for the friendly, cheerful and patient way he has assisted with this web site.