Events

HISTON AND IMPINGTON VILLAGE SOCIETY

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January 29: AGM and Forum with Parish Councillors

February 26: Richard Fletcher. Newmarket Horseracing Museum

March 26: Roger Crabtree. History of Pye

April 30: Social evening celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Village Society (members only)

May 21: David Palmer: Gossip from the gavel

June 25: Terry Ward: In common: the importance, variety and community aspects of the ‘Common’.

 

Held in the Brackenbury Room at Impington Village College, 7.30pm. All welcome. Visitors £3 per meeting. The AGM is free.

For more information please contact the Secretary email: village.society@hotmail.co.uk   or tel.566153

 

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Publications and notelets are available

from the Publications Officer 01223 232744 and from Histon Library

 Barbara Parr 01223 233397

Past Events

Tuesday October 30th  7.30pm  Proctors, Bulldogs and Constables and Councillors (follow the link for more information)
Friday 9th and Saturday 10th November 2018 at 7.30 pm at St Andrew’s Centre, Histon World War One Voices of Histon & Impington (link for more information)
 

Tuesday March 27th

Vanessa Mann: Social and family history research through early postcards, with particular reference to Histon and Impington.
Tuesday April 24th Museum of Technology: past, present and future
Tuesday 22nd May 

 

 

Anne Datson: The History of Gilbert and Sullivan: their lives, music and poetry with excerpts of music.
Tuesday 26th June Judy Wilson: Some notable Cambridge shops: Matthew’s, Heffers, Robert Sayle’s. Eaden Lilley’s … just some of the family firms supplying Cambridge residents and University in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Tuesday January 30th 2018
AGM Visitors free
Tuesday February 27th 2018
A presentation by representatives of our Parish Council
Monday March 12th 2.30pm at the Baptist Church 2018
John Savill: The History of Punch and Judy, from its Italian beginnings to the present, including a live show.
Tuesday September 26th 2017
 
Duncan Mackay: The history of Mackays
Tuesday October 31st 2017
 
Richard Fletcher: How Bill Tutte won the war: the Bletchley Park code breakers
Tuesday November 28th 2017
 
Prof. Mike McCarthy: The history of Cambridgeshire accents and dialects
Tuesday December 5th 2017
Members’ Christmas lunch
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