Lectures The Society organises lectures on a monthly basis throughout the winter months. Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire Family History Society Perry is a village and civil parish in Cambridgeshire, England, approximately 6 miles (10 km) south-west of Huntingdon.Perry is in Huntingdonshire, a non-metropolitan district of Cambridgeshire and historic county of England. The inaugural meeting was held over Easter that year, with the very first race being a three-mile steeplechase which was won by a horse called Catherine The Great. THE HISTORY OF THE COURSE Jump racing has taken place at Huntingdon Racecourse near Brampton since 1886. , Lectures are generally linked to Huntingdonshire history … The fact of Huntingdon’s location on the great north-south route is of significance throughout its history. of England. The Cambridgeshire Association of Local History is the representative body for any individuals or organisations concerned with any aspect of Cambridgeshire’s heritage. 930 likes.

Huntingdon Huntingdon has much to offer the visitor, with a pedestrianised high street and many nationally known brands, complemented by some excellent coffee shops and pubs. 1.5K likes. Huntingdon, part of the Britain Express travel guide to Cambridgeshire, highlighting attractions, history, and visitor information. Huntingdonshire History Festival, Huntingdon. History With its choice of boutique and national shops, historic heritage, riverside walks and fun activities, Huntingdon is the perfect place to visit whatever the season. This is the public page for the Huntingdon History Festival. Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire Family History Society, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

The Romans settled Godmanchester on the south side of the Great Ouse ; it appears to have been the Vikings who established a settlement on the north side, in effect founding Huntingdon, a place with easy river communication with …

The Society was founded in 1957 to promote interest in the local history of Huntingdonshire and throughout the year provides a programme of lectures, events, excursions and publications.