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Where we Meet

The Society does not currently have its own premises, and Society business operates from the homes of its committee. When it meets, it does so at 7.30 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month at the Women's Institute Centre, Waldon Road, Huntingdon, PE29 3AZ, except for July (outing arranged), August (closed for holidays) and December, when it meets on the second Wednesday.

The Society has a full programme, including lectures, project evenings, family history fairs and social events.

Meetings Programme for 2014

Date of Meeting
Subject Speaker
15 Jan 2014
'Poaching in the Fens' Peter Carter
19 Feb 2014
'The Swing Riots’ Nora Butler
19 Mar 2014
' Emigration in The Nineteenth Century’ Ian Waller
16 Apr 2014
‘Was Your Ancestor a French Prisoner of War’ Paul Chamberlain
21 May 2014
AGM + 'Fascinating Facts from 'The St.Neots Advertiser' during WW1’ Sue Jarret
7 Jun 2014
Exhibition to Commemorate World War 1

A variety of displays including Huntingdonshire Family & Local History Groups, The Western Front Association, The Hunts. Cyclist Battalion

Bring along your family stories, photos and memorabilia from the period to share with others & discuss with experts

Huntingdon Library & Archives, Princes St, Huntingdon, Cambs. PE29 3PA - 10.00-16.00

For more information about the event, or to book an exhibition space, please contact:

Huntingdonshire Family History Society:
email: secretary@huntsfhs.org.uk;
Phone: 01480 390476

Local Studies Librarian:
email: Caroline.Clifford@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

18 Jun 2014
'Holywell-cum-Needingworth - The Parish and Its People' Peter Cooper
16 Jul 2014
Guided tour of Holywell-cum-Needingworth Peter Cooper

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Last Updated on: 3 January, 2014
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