The parish of North Marston lies in north Buckinghamshire in the Vale of Aylesbury. It spans nearly 2,000 acres and has a population of about 700. For centuries an agricultural economy, the nineteenth century saw it diversify and also witnessed a boom in house-building.
The History Club was formed in October 2010; making history interesting and accessible is our priority. In July 2014 we had pleasure in launching our first major book The North Marston Story. We believe it will bring our village history to the attention of a wide community.
For a full list of all our publications please visit our Projects and Publications page. The Club has an archive of thousands of scanned images and documents available for future researchers and has helped to create a Village Heritage Centre which was completed in 2017.
Interested in joining the Club ? … Click HERE to download a membership form
|Jennifer Heffer||Membership Secretary|
|Janet Gowin||Local sales co-ordinator|
|Rosemary Morton||Local Distribution|
|Celia Jones||Local Distribution|
|Janet Davis||Local Distribution|
|Karen Wootton||Local Distribution|
|Jayne Springer||Internet Researcher|
From the very start, the History Club has maintained a busy schedule of activities and our Secretary, Sue Chaplin, has kept track of them all. To see our schedule from 2011 to the end of 2018 click here.