A Brief History of Dullingham
|The Church of St Mary the Virgin|
|photo-diary of the re-roofing a 17th Century, Grade 2 listed cottage, Cables Farm, in Station Road|
|Joe Moore's Photographic Archive of Dullingham|
|The Old Bakery|
|Church Lane Maltings|
|The Wesleyan Chapel, Dullingham|
|Dullingham Village School|
|The King's Head|
|Dullingham Railway Station|
|you are in "Dullingham History Group"|
|The Mission Hall, Dullingham Ley|
Dullingham History Group
What you see on the history page of this website is the start of what we hope will be a rewarding opportunity to increase our knowledge of the history of Dullingham.
Currently the group has three members and we would like more. You may be a resident of Dullingham who wants to learn about the history of where you live, or you could be someone based on the other side of the world, keen to research family history through the internet. We would be delighted to hear from anyone who is interested in learning more about all aspects of Dullingham’s fascinating history.
Through project-based research and discussion the group hopes to build a comprehensive social and historical record of the lives and times of our lovely village.
If you can contribute to the historical knowledge of Dullingham or would like to join our group, please email us.
Adrian du Plessis
A great turnout for Dullingham History Group's
On 8th March, over 100 villagers packed into the Taylor Hall to look at historic documents and books relating to Dullingham, borrowed from the Cambridgeshire County Archive. Residents were then entertained to an illustrated talk on 'Dullingham, a 1,000 years of History' by the Principal Archivist, Philip Saunders.
Before and after the talk, the audience were entertained to English Renaissance music performed by Ely musicians, The Piper's Noyze. The exhibition also included a display by the Stetchworth Community Archive and the Cambridgeshire Family History Society.