Members P to R

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.

Projected Picture Trust

The Trust aims to locate, preserve, renovate and exhibit the equipment and data, past and present, of still and moving images. Run by a mix of respected industry professionals and cinema enthusiasts, the trust boasts a world-class collection of cinema technology artifacts and a growing digital archive.

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.

Rectory Cottages Trust

Rectory Cottages was built in 1475 - 1476 and is traditionally attributed to the family de Grey, who held the manor of Bletchley from about 1220 to 1610. It has a fine mediaeval hammerbeamed hall. Today Rectory Cottages is the village hall, used by many local societies, clubs and groups as their meeting place.

Ridgmont Station Heritage Centre

The station building is built in the distinctive Victorian Gothic ‘Cottage Orné’ style, and the restoration has won a number of awards. Facilities include the Tea Room, the original Victorian (1846) Booking Office hosting a range of temporary exhibitions throughout the year, a Gift Shop and Tourist Information Point and a meeting room for hire.

Roade Local History Society

The Society was formed in 2005 with the objectives of “studying, sharing, recording and publishing matters relating to the history of the Parish of Roade and surrounding areas of Northamptonshire".