Welcome to the Whittlesford Society Website

      The Whittlesford Society was founded in 1975 to:

         - Stimulate public interest in the village and its environs
         - Promote high standards of planning and architecture
         - Sec
ure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of features   
           of public or historic interest in the village and adjacent areas
Our membership is currently about 360 households. Regular activities include guided walks, meetings with expert guest speakers and exhibitions of photographs, memorabilia and archaeological finds. Our journal, 'Whither Whittlesford', is published at least twice a year and focuses on village events, local, social and natural history. Other publications dealing with specific aspects of village history are also available. See the Publications section for details.     

Recent Announcements

  • Old School Studio visit Tuesday 17th July 2018, 5.30pm Further details to follow.
    Posted 23 Apr 2018, 11:59 by Web Master
  • Museum of Cambridge guided tour - Thursday 12th April 2018 Fully guided tour to include light refreshments and 'feelie' bag. 10.45am for 11am. Further information under Forthcoming Events.
    Posted 5 Feb 2018, 07:58 by Web Master
  • CANCELLED Newcomers Tractor Trailer Tour - Sunday 22nd April, 2pm Unfortunately the planned tour has now been cancelled.
    Posted 5 Apr 2018, 06:21 by Web Master
  • Whittlesford Society AGM - Wednesday 18th April 2018 All welcome to join us for our AGM at William Westley School at 7.30pm on Wednesday 18th April.  Further details under Forthcoming Events.
    Posted 14 Apr 2018, 12:21 by Web Master
  • Votes for Women - Planting of Commemorative Oak Tree A huge thank you to all the villagers, William Westley School, the Parish Council, the two churches, the Lawn Trust and all who attended this excellent commemoration. With special thanks ...
    Posted 10 Mar 2018, 00:52 by Web Master
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Please click on the picture above or the link below to access the interesting article about our Grade 1 listed Norman church.