The Littleport Society
Caring for our heritage, our present and our future
Welcome to The Littleport Society
The Littleport Society was founded in 1987 and is the only non-political, non sectarian organisation in Littleport. Membership is open to residents and anybody else who holds an interest in this fenland town. The Society consists of an expanding group of local people who voluntarily work together in the interests of the community in which it lives. The Society now has in excess of 1,300 members, who live not just in Littleport but in other British counties, as well as many in several other countries including Australia, Canada, France, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States of America.
Aims of the Littleport Society:
To provide a means whereby people can take co-operative action in
The Society arranges a popular programme of open meetings. These are usually held on the first Tuesday of every month at the Village Hall in Victoria Street, Littleport, when guest speakers are invited to give informative and entertaining talks, quite often bringing a supportive slide shows. The evenings occasionally include entertainment by local singers and musicians. The Society sometimes arranges outings to places of interest within the region.
Ever since its formation, the Society has been collecting photographic and documentary reminders of Littleport past and present. These items of memorabilia are now housed in our headquarters at 'The Barn' adjacent to the Main Street car park. Our Bookstall offers a varied selection of our own Publications, as well as books by some local authors. Click here to see our BOOK LIST.
The Barn has been refurbished with the aid of grants from the European Community and the East Cambs District Council. The building is shared by the Parish Council on the ground floor and the Society. Our archives occupy the top floor.
Officers of the Society:
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Please feel free to contact The Littleport Society by e-mail.
Further details of the Society’s activities are reported in its 12-page quarterly magazine, which is free to members and is packed with articles and features about Littleport and surrounding areas. Please click here to apply for membership of The Littleport Society.