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

  • IWM Opening Evening, Wed 13th Sept, 6pm & 7.30pm The IWM invites all local residents to come along to their latest open evening.  Please see full details in the 'Forthcoming Events' page.
    Posted 10 Sep 2017, 02:17 by Web Master
  • IWM Duxford's Future - Inspired by its Past, Wed 24th May, 10-11.30am As part of the centenary celebrations a special session, presented by Alicia Gurney, Head of Masterplanning and Craig Murray, Curator of IWM Duxford, has been organised for the Whittlesford Society ...
    Posted 26 Apr 2017, 23:36 by Web Master
  • George Rusted The Committee of the Whittlesford Society was deeply saddened by the recent death of life Vice-President, George Rusted. His funeral was held on 28th December at the URC and ...
    Posted 8 Jan 2017, 10:29 by Web Master
  • World War 1 Project - The Whittlesford 100 The Whittlesford Society is currently undertaking a project to research the 100 village men who went to war. There is an update on progress and a request for further information ...
    Posted 14 Jun 2015, 11:47 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.