Local websites

A number of local history or heritage societies are subscribing members of BAS and there are also many other organisations or people publishing web sites about the history of a town, village, or local district that you may or may not be aware of. A list of local websites is here which we try to keep comprehensive.

We are aware of the following additional ones, if you know of more please let us know via the form at the bottom of this page.

Amersham Museum history pages. Covers Amersham, Chesham Bois, Little Chalfont and Winchmore Hill.

Beaconsfield and District Historical Society.

Chalfont History.  Aspects of the history of the ancient parish of Chalfont St Giles and of neigbouring parishes.

Chiltern Open Air Museum.  Museum of historic buildings.

Coleshill History. Includes  and builds on the results of the Coleshill Village history project.

Penn and Tylers Green Residents. Local history in books for sale on line.

North Marston History Club was formed in October 2010; our priority is making history interesting and accessible. In July 2014 we had pleasure in launching our first major book The North Marston Story. It has brought our village history to life for a wide community of people who would not consider themselves “historians”.

 

 

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