History

Glad Rags, Atomic Bombs and a Bonfire

  |  Published: May 7th 2015
For many of those working at Bletchley Park and its outstations, the war didn’t end on VE Day, as they were moved on to the job of Japanese codebreaking

Community Buildings adviser off to national event

  |  Published: May 6th 2015
The dedicated band of specialist advisers who support England’s 10,000 rural village halls and community buildings are holding their annual training event in Stratford-Upon-Avon this month.

A Visitor to Wendover in 1875

  |  Published: Apr 23rd 2015
Back in the Autumn of 1875 a young unknown Scottish writer visited Wendover, staying the night at the Red Lion in the High Street.

German war relic is rescued from the waste skips

  |  Published: Apr 18th 2015
A German range finder, possibly used to target Allied tanks during the Second World War, has been rescued from the rubbish skips and handed over to a unique museum.

Army Lend a Hand at Lister Lines

  |  Published: Apr 9th 2015
The Assault Pioneers of 2 Mercians arrived at RAF Halton the last week in March to take the lead on a joint project to renovate the WW1 training trenches in a quiet copse behind Initial Force Protection Training hangar (IFPT).

Heritage on the Line: HS2 and Buckinghamshire’s Past

  |  Published: Apr 9th 2015
If HS2 is constructed it will carve its way not only through the ancient Chiltern landscape but a substantial number of historic sites in Buckinghamshire both above and below ground.
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