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Coming Soon Reprint of Mrs Frost’s



we look forward to seeing you back with us in the Autumn


Looking forward to seeing you all start time 7.45pm

(see Local History Society Page for the full Program)

We will collect Subscriptions in September. They are the same, £10 for the year, with visitors £3. The programme will run from September – July (no August as usual).

With covid still about, we would prefer you to pay in cash rather than cheque. Please put your money in a named envelope. If you would rather do a bank transfer then please email me and I will supply the details.

Refreshments will be served on arrival as we have done previously and we would like to implement a rota of willing members to help us out, so if 2 people are able to start us off in September could you contact me please. A sheet with future dates will be on the table as you enter for willing helpers. We will be providing everything needed on the night.

We will still have our monthly raffles at £1 per strip.

We are excited to be welcoming you all back and hoping you will encourage friends and family to come along. Without more members we will struggle to continue in the next few years.

On behalf of our Chairman Helen, and the committee, I would like to thank you all for your continued support.

Kind regards

Carol Bruce

Treasurer & Co-organiser of Events

01327 843180



Long Buckby

Long Buckby  Museum was opened in 2000

with the help of a grant from the
Heritage Lottery Fund,

The museum gives you an insight into the
history of the village and surrounding

area, it is of interest to any person
looking into aspects of village life,
people and events.

We offer you a warm welcome, and
hope you will visit us soon.

Mrs Frost’s book

Every Home should have a copy of this Publication


On sale at the Peephole, high st
Long Buckby

Long Buckby Local History Society
have launching a new publication
Mrs Frost’s Scrapbook 
A great reference book

to the life

cost £16.50 each,

for more information
please contact
Museum website
or Helen Baker
[email protected]