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Welcome to the Cogenhoe & Whiston Heritage Society


The Society’s objective is to study, record and stimulate interest in the history and heritage of the two villages situated between the A45 and the A428 roads a few miles east of Northampton,

Membership of the society is open to anyone who shares our aims and costs £8 per year (£14 family).

 Monthly open meetings are held with interesting and engaging speakers on our heritage and the society has a number of members who also give talks on subjects of interest. See programme. Meetings are usually held on the second Wednesday of the month at Cogenhoe Village Hall. Entry to open meetings is £3 for members and £4 for non-members.

Forthcoming meetings

Our next presentation will be on 27 January at 7:30pm and from February we will revert to our traditional meeting date on the second Wednesday of the month.

For more details please see our programme page

Wednesday 27 January 2021

The Life and Times of the Wellingborough Diggers of 1649

Paul Crofts

The zoom link is:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88368511277?pwd=bTFDVWg0Uko2SmErak81TXlhdkRGZz09

Future dates are 10 February and 10 March

The recording of Ted Barnes’ talk on Cogenhoe in the 18th Century is here.

We are publishing ‘Our Heritage Matters’ magazine once more: see here  

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Cogenhoe Green Plaque Trail

Plaques

The Society has placed green plaques on buildings of note in Cogenhoe.  We hope you enjoy our trail.

The project was awarded ‘Best Special Project - Highly Commended’ in the Northamptonshire Heritage Forum Awards 2019.