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Hinckley Past and Present
Hinckley Past & Present is an online community for all things Hinckley Past and Present (Leicestershire, UK).
Visit The Past
OLD UK PHOTOS & PICTURES OF THE BRITISH ISLES. Old UK Photos, Pictures and Postcards of England, Scotland and Wales. Visit The Past is an archive of historical Old Photos and Pictures of Cities, Towns and Villages in the United Kingdom.
Bognor Regis local history
Learn more about the history of Bognor Regis.
Oral History is a site about people who lived in Leicestershire. The David J Wood Collection comprises of transcripts written in dialect mostly recorded about 1984, and other supporting material. Copies of the recordings and transcripts are deposited with EMOHA and the Leicestershire Record Office.
Sawbridgeworth Fire Brigade
History website for the Sawbridgeworth Fire Brigade.
Husborne Crawley, Bedfordshire
The changing times of an English village.
Tansley Village
Situated in the central part of Derbyshire in the centre of England, in the Derbyshire Dales just south of the Peak District.
Lancing and Sompting on the web
Lancing & Sompting local website.
'Down Memory Lane' - Henllys Village
Henllys village in Cwmbran, South Wales.
Local History Magazine
The UK's only independent national magazine for anyone with an interest in local history.
Amberley Museum
Thirty-six acre open air museum set in the midst of the beautiful South Downs in West Sussex. It is next to Amberley railway station in the Arun River valley, not far from the historic town of Arundel. With its historic buildings, working exhibits and demonstrations the Museum aims to show how science, technology and industry have affected peoples' lives.
The Cambridge Time Traveller
Discover stories and events from Cambridge's past.

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