This section will contain contact details and perhaps links to other groups and societies that may be of use. If you have information that you think we may wish to post here, please contact us.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society
LDHS has become affiliated with the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. This has allowed LDHS members to have access to CAS Collections; Archives; Conferences and talks.
Other Useful Societies and groups
- Friends of All Saints’ Church Longstanton
- Churches Conservation Trust & St Michael’s Church
- 7 Squadron Association
- Pathfinder Museum – Wyton
- Imperial War Museum – Duxford
- Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
- Oakington & Westwick Historical Society
- Cambridge Archaeology Field Group
- Cambridge Archaeological Unit
- Cambridgeshire Archives
- Fen Edge Archaeology Group
- Cambridgeshire Family History Society
- Cambridge University – Courses & Conferences
- Cambridgeshire Collection
- County Council – Museums & Archaeology
- Cambridgeshire Historic Environment Record
- County Record Office
- English Heritage (Brooklands Avenue)
- SCDC – Conservation
- Cambridgeshire History/Mike Petty
- Peterborough Museum
- Access Cambridge Archaeology
- If you would like information on the Airfield Research Group or would like to join their Forum please use the link below. https://www.airfieldresearchgroup.org.uk/forum/search…More information in regards to the Oakington pill boxes. You may have to log-in with ARC to access this information.
Additional Mike Petty Resources On-line.
Below is the link to an important new resource set up by Mike Petty for people researching Cambridge, Cambridgeshire or the fens. All this is free to use and has been created by Mike Petty bit.ly/CambsCollection and is well worth a click. It includes a Bibliography of thousands of Cambridgeshire books so you can track down what has been written about your topic.
- There is a Cambridgeshire Scrapbook recording thousands of fascinating stories from Cambridge papers between 1897 and 1990 and extracts of newspaper stories on Ely from 1820 to 1860. A Century of Cambridge News records events 1888 onwards – war, theatre, education, housing etc.
Add a large file of Memories and Reflections on the local area, a major history of the village of Stretham, and Pickwick’s Cambridge Scrapbook recording people and events of the 1820s. Then there is a list of over 17,000 illustrations. Plus more. With more to come.
Useful Facebook Links
Cambridgeshire Family History Society https://www.facebook.com/CambridgeshireFHS/
Fenland History on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/1026849820769556/