Welcome to the pages for the Histon and Impington Village Society. These pages give a taste of our joint villages, snapshots from individual years, and stories of local characters and Chivers, the major employer in the village.
There are also sights of Impington and Histon today (both are relatively large, because of the number of images).
Finally – Calling all the descendants of those 18th and 19th century Histon and Impington Emigrants.
- Where are you?
- How did you get there?
- Why did you leave?
- How is the family doing?
Please do get in contact.
Annual membership £12 from 2017 Visitors £3 per meeting.
The Society meets once a month usually on the last Tuesday of the month at Impington Village College during term time for lectures on themes of local and general interest. One of the most popular meetings takes place in January, when, after the AGM, the Chairman of the Parish Council is invited to speak on issues currently affecting Histon and Impington.
Meetings are held in the Brackenbury Lecture Room at Impington Village College from 7.30 – 9.15 p.m. New members are welcome – you can come along and join at any of the meetings.
Within the Society there are three subgroups