About our History Society
Our society is a friendly group of residents of Cherry Hinton and beyond sharing an interest in the history of Cherry Hinton and surrounding areas and memories of living here. We have ten meetings a year with a talk given by a guest speaker on historical subjects, often but not always, with a local context. The society also arranges excursions. Please see our current programme below for a flavour of what we do.
We meet here in the Church Centre at 7.30pm on the last Monday of most months. A talk is followed by questions, coffee, lots of chat and a raffle to help the society's funds.Membership for 2020 costs £10 for single members and £18 for couples. Guest membership for anyone who would just like to attend one talk is £2-50.
|28th Jan||Update on the David Parr House||Tamsin Wimhurst|
|25th Feb||The History of Cambridge Accents and Dielects||Mike McCarthy|
|25th Mar||Village Lives - Tales from the 1800's||Helen Harwood|
|29th Apr||The History of Papworth Hospital to 2018||Becky Proctor|
|20th May||A Dirty History of Cambridge||Alan Denny|
|24th Jun||The Archaeology of the A14 Project||Tony Walsh|
|29th July||The World of Sundials including some in Cambridge Colleges||Mike Cowham|
|No meeting in August|
|30th Sept||The Late Saxon and Norman Church and Cemetary at Church End, Cherry Hinton||Craig Cessford|
|28th Oct||Another History of Cherry Hinton||Michelle Bullivant|
|25th Nov||AGM and Members Social Event|