Huntingdonshire Family History Society

42 Crowhill, Godmanchester
Huntingdon PE29 2NR

Huntingdonshire Family History Society (HFHS) was founded in 1985 to help people to find out about their family history. The county reorganisation in 1974 saw Huntingdonshire become part of a greater Cambridgeshire.

Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society

Clayton House, 59 Piccadilly
Manchester M1 2AQ

Manchester & Lancashire FHS was formed in 1964 and is now one of the largest family history societies in the world. Although the society is united by a common interest in genealogy and family history, members also pursue interests in closely related fields.

Manchester Centre for Regional History

Department of History and Economic History, Manchester Metropolitan University, Room 122, Geoffrey Manton Building, Rosamond St West
Manchester M15 6LL

The Manchester Centre for Regional History was formally set up in 1998 with the aim of building upon established strengths within Manchester Metropolitan University in the history of Manchester and the north west of England. It is an umbrella for a number of scholars within the Department of History and Economic History whose work has a distinctively local or regional emphasis. The centre is strongly rooted in the history of its region, but is also concerned with broader historical questions which explore the significance of regions, regional identity and the relationship between regions and the nation state.

Manchester Masonic Museum

Freemasons' Hall 36 Bridge Street
Manchester M3 3BT

The Manchester Masonic Museum is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting the values of, and stimulating debate about the heritage of Freemasonry in the North West of England. The collection has been held at Freemasons' Hall in Manchester since the building opened in 1929 and holds many varied artefacts dating back to the mid 1700s.