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  • Council for British Archaeology
    The CBA is an educational charity working throughout the UK to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment for the benefit of present and future generations.
  • Council for Independent Archaeology
    The Council campaigns against the dangers of over-centralisation in archaeology, and for the importance of maintaining and supporting a thriving independent sector.
  • British Association for Local History
    Its purpose is to encourage and assist the study of Local History as an academic discipline and as a rewarding leisure pursuit for both individuals and groups.
  • Bedfordshire Local History Association
    The Bedfordshire Local History Association promotes the study of local history within and around Bedfordshire, and provides a forum for discussion and co-operation between interested groups and individuals.
  • Bedfordshire Historical Record Society
    The Bedfordshire Historical Record Society has been publishing material on the history of Bedfordshire since 1912 and is pleased to announce the completion of its pilot digitisation project. The Bedfordshire Bibliography and its three supplements, long out of print, are now available to view on the Society's website.
  • Bedford Architectural, Archaeological & Local History Society
    We are a group of local people, from a wide variety of backgrounds, who share a common interest in the history and archaeology of Bedford and its neighbourhood. We are also actively involved in trying to ensure that Bedford's buildings of special architectural and historic interest are protected and to increase public awareness of their importance.
  • Bedfordshire Archives and Records Service
    We are the County Record Office for Bedfordshire. Anyone may use our service and the archives we hold for research either in person or remotely. We are based in Riverside Building, Borough Hall, Bedford.
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  • Segenhoe Church
    Segenhoe church is now a roofless ruin but picturesque and now preserved in that state. It is an important building as its state of preservation clearly shows how it was built and the various dates at which new work was carried out.
  • Clophill - A Photographic History
    A database of photographs charting the history of Clophill from the mid-19th Century to present.
  • Ampthill & District Preservation Society - Facebook
    Objectives a) To encourage the protection and conservation of local historical architecture and its historic and environmental heritage in and around Ampthill;...
  • Ampthill History Forum - Facebook.
  • Biggleswade History Society
    The Biggleswade History Society has the primary objective of promoting the advancement of public education through the study of local history in Biggleswade.
  • Colmworth & Neighbours History Society
    We try to promote an interest in history, and particularly local history, though regular, monthly meetings and also through our Research Group.
  • Langford & District History Society
    We arrange a full programme of talks which take place in St Andrew’s Church Hall in Langford and, in June and July, organise evening visits to local places of interest.
  • Maulden History Society
    The Society was founded to preserve the heritage of the village of Maulden and the surrounding area. We are building, together with St. Mary’s Church, a permanent local history archive to be maintained for future generations.
  • Potton History Society
    Preserving Potton's History & Heritage Since 1977.
  • Sandy Historical Research Group
    Sandy Historical Research Group was formed in late 2001, in order to capture the history of this Bedfordshire market town during the last 150 years or so (and further back where possible).A number of projects have been undertaken – some completed, others in progress. We are on a mission to achieve a museum for the town and we have been in discussion with Sandy Town Council regarding options and possibilities.
  • Stevington Historical Trust
    The Stevington Historical Trust, established in 1999, grew from a group of enthusiastic local historians who started to meet in the early 1970s to research the history of the Village. The formal object of the Trust is to advance the education of the public in the history of Stevington.
  • Willington Local History Group
    The group aims to stimulate and foster an interest in the village's heritage, increasing people's understanding and enjoyment of it.