Ealing Local History Centre

103 Ealing Broadway Centre (first floor), The Broadway
London W5 5JY


Are you working on a school project? Did your family come from Ealing? Did any famous people live in Ealing? What is the story of that interesting building you pass every day? If you are looking for the answers to these questions, then Ealing Library is a good place to start. We have a wide range of local history resources and can offer you help and advice on researching local and family history.

Enfield Local Studies Library & Archive

Thomas Hardy House (1st floor), 39 London Road
Enfield EN2 6DS


Enfield Library and Museum service has a dedicated Local Studies Library and archive at Thomas Hardy House in Enfield Town. Archive material includes records relating to the three former local authorities of Edmonton, Enfield and Southgate.

Enfield Museum

Dugdale Centre, Thomas Hardy House, 39 London Road
Enfield, Middlesex EN2 6DS


Enfield Museum Service aims to reflect the history and cultural diversity of Enfield through advancing an understanding of our collective past and shared future. It is responsible for the care, display and interpretation of collections through temporary exhibitions and events, which aim to make the collections accessible to all the people of Enfield.

English Folk Dance & Song Society, The

Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent's Park Road
London NW1 7AY


The English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) is one of the leading folk development organisations in the UK with a history dating back to 1898. It is custodian of the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library, an internationally renowned library and archive of the folk arts. Through its work, the EFDSS aims to place the indigenous folk arts of England at the heart of our cultural life.