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West Haddon Local History Group

West Haddon Local History Group has been gathering information about the history of the village since the early 1980s. Its website presents what has been found, not only from documents, but also from material evidence, such as buildings and gravestones, and from the memories of villagers.

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.

Western Front Association (Milton Keynes Branch)

The object of The Association is to educate the public in the history of The Great War with particular reference to the Western Front. Milton Keynes is a small WFA branch, which holds meetings on Fridays at Wolverton Working Men’s Social Club.

Willen Village Heritage Association

Winslow History Project

Winslow is an ancient royal manor, situated mid-way between Aylesbury and Buckingham. The Winslow History Project aims to collect documents, maps, photographs and oral history interviews and to make them available through exhibitions, publications and via its website.

Woburn Heritage Centre Trust

The Heritage Centre opened in 1984 with exhibits of local history and interest. It is now a Tourist Information Point and a centre for local walks, books and leaflets as well as gift items. The Heritage Centre is open everyday from Easter to September and at weekends in October.

Woburn Sands Collection

Woburn Sands stands in the north-east corner of Buckinghamshire, just outside Milton Keynes. The Woburn Sands Collection is a private collection of artefacts, postcards and documents about Woburn Sands and Aspley Heath, collected since 1989.

Wolverton & District Archaeological and Historical Society

The Society was founded in 1955 and carries out research into the history of Wolverton and the surrounding areas. Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month at St Mary and St Giles C of E School, Stony Stratford.

Wolverton Society for Arts & Heritage

The town of Wolverton was founded in 1838 by The London and Birmingham Railway Company to house its workforce. Wolverton’s historic importance has been recognised both locally and nationally.

Woughton Heritage

In 2015 a group of residents, now Woughton Heritage, got together with the aim of researching and telling the story of the Woughton-on-the-Green village and parish over the centuries.