Upcoming Events

17th October 2019 -

"Russian Revolution"

by Sean Lang who will describe the impact that the October Revolution had upon Cambridge town and gown.

Fulbourn Centre 7.30pm

21 November 2019 -

‘The Great Plague in Cambridge’

by Evelyn Lord. Tracing the arrival and progress of the Great Plague in Cambridge, this talk gives an account of the people and households affected by it.

Fulbourn Centre 7.30pm

12th December 2019 -

‘Old Time Christmas’

by Mike Hurst. The Society celebrates its annual party in style with nostalgia for Christmases past. Entry by Ticket only.

Fulbourn Centre 7.30pm

16th January 2020 -

‘Contested History’

by Martin Daunton who will discuss such questions as how should we now deal with uncomfortable events in the past like slavery? Should statues be removed or reinterpreted? Should we look for excluded voices to celebrate?

Fulbourn Centre 7.30pm


20st February 2020  -

‘The Remarkable Story of Heffers of Cambridge 1876-1999’

by Julia Bounford. Capturing the spirit of a past era of retail, publishing and printing, this talk portrays the character and style of Heffers, its people, the premises, outings, parties and the unexpected.

Fulbourn Centre 7.30pm

19th March 2020 -

‘Buried with their belts on, people and architecture at Cambridge Augustinian Priory’

by Craig Cessford. Recent excavations have provided a great deal of information on the lives and deaths of the people who lived in the Priory.

Fulbourn Centre 7.30pm

16th April 2020 -

Twentieth A.G.M. Preceded by Talk (t.b.c.)

Talks and events are open to the public. Non-members and guests entry £2.00 per person. Enquiries by email to info@fulbournhistory.org.uk

The Society will undertake research  of our archives at a charge of £20 per hour, including free domestic postage. International postage is £1.50.

Photo quality printing charges: A5 - £5   A4 - £8

Paypal payments may be sent to: paypal@fulbournhistory.org.uk

Contact the Fulbourn Village History Society 

Contact Us


Contact by email at info@fulbournhistory.org.uk

Postal Address:

28 The Haven



CB21 5BG


Venue Address:

The Fulbourn Centre

Home End



CB21 5BS