Cheddington History Society

Welcome to the Cheddington History Society pages!

To contact the Society, or to get details of our excellent 2010 book "Voices of an English Village - Cheddington" with memories of the Second World War, you can email the Chairman John T Smith at:   

          johntsmith  followed by  @  followed by

(many of you will know why I put the address in this form).  Please include CHS somewhere in the subject line.

September 2016 TO December 2017

September 19th 2016: AGM, followed by Open Evening and a Dip in the Archives

October 17th 2016: A Real Soap Opera: Lord Leverhulme and Port Sunlight
(Wendy Austin)

November 21st 2016: Cheddington and Domesday, before and after (John T Smith)


January 16th 2017: New discoveries of Leighton-Linslade’s history – Paul Brown

February 20th 2017: Bandstands – History, Decline & Revival – Paul A Rabbitts

March 20th 2017: Three Bucks Market Towns: Aylesbury, Buckingham, Winslow
(Julian Hunt)

April 17th 2017: The History of Pinewood Studios - (Mike Payne)

May 15th 2017   Votes for Women (Roger Mason): 

(Dates to be arranged)        Visit –a Tring Walk (evening) – Tim Amsden and a
(Provisional) Visit to Ascott House

September 18th 2017: AGM, followed by Rabbits and Genealogy – Rex Watson

October 16th 2017: Archive Cine Films - Frank Banfield

November 20th 2017: 18th Century Crime &Transportation – 50,000 Convicts Banished but not to Austrsalia – (John T Smith)

You are welcome to attend meetings of the Society, which are normally held at 8 p.m. on the third Monday of the month, at the Methodist Church Room facing the Village Green.   We welcome members at a fee of only £10 per person for a year, and we have a reduced rate for young people in education.  A visitor's fee of £3 is made for a single talk.

                                                                         John T Smith, Cheddington History Society


© 2005-2017 Bill Perrett

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