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Enheduanna Society

(Also known as Zipang Events)
LondonWC1N 1WB
Educational charity devoted to popularising the literature of ancient Iraq through the art of oral storytelling. Organise story-based events at the British Museum Mesopotamia Galleries and at the Poetry Cafe in Covent Garden.
020 7278 3624

English Heritage Blue Plaques Team

1 Waterhouse Square138-142, HolbornLondonEC1N 2ST
Erects blue plaques on London buildings associated with people regarded as eminent by a majority of their profession or calling. The Blue Plaques Team also advises individuals and organisations wishing to start their own commemorative plaque scheme.
020 7973 3794 Fax: 020 7973 3287

Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology

University College LondonMalet PlaceLondonWC1E 6BT
Collections from ancient Egypt and Sudan from Pre-dynastic to Islamic times, based on the excavations of Sir W.M. Flinders Petrie and others. The museum and its Friends organisation raise funds, organise lectures, social events, tours and performances.
020 7679 2884 Fax: 020 7679 2886

London and Middlesex Archaeological Society

(LAMAS)
Museum of LondonLondon WallLondonEC2Y 5HN
Contact the Subscription and Membership Secretary, Ms P. Clarke, Phone: 020 8866 1677. Meets monthly during winter and spring at the Museum. Conferences, publications and lectures. Has historic buildings, archaeology and local history sub-groups.
020 7410 2228

London Metropolitan Archives

(Formerly the Greater London Record Office)
40 Northampton RoadLondonEC1R 0HB
The service has 85 kilometres of archives, maps, plans, prints, photographs and books primarily relating to the history of London. Archives include local government bodies such as the Greater London Council, the London and Middlesex County Councils, the Metropolitan Board of Works and the City…
020 7332 3820 (General enquiries), 020 7332 3851 (Education enquiries/Event bookings) Fax: 020 7833 9136

London Family History Centre

(Formerly the Hyde Park Family History Centre)
Family history centre of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church), holding a collection of finding aids and primary records, mostly on microfilm. Centre currently located at the National Archives in Kew. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).…
020 7589 8561

Camden History Society

Garden Flat62 Fellows RoadLondonNW3 3LJ
Meet at various venues for lectures on local history topics. Annual outings, occasional walks and tours. Research encouraged. Publications include an Annual Review, street surveys etc. Bi-monthly newsletter.
020 7586 4436

Society of Genealogists

Membership organisation in Islington with library open to all. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
020 7251 8799

Georgian Group

Fitzroy SquareLondonW1T 5DX
Concerned with the preservation of Georgian buildings, gardens etc. (1700-c1837). Local authorities are required to consult the Group about listed building consent applications involving any element of demolition. Membership open to all. Activities include visits and walks. Members receive a Journal and newsletters. (The details shown…
020 7529 8920

Castlehaven Community Centre Helps Local History Club

(Also known as Help Elderly Local People Scheme Local Life History Club)
Ageactivity OfficeThe Haven23 Castlehaven RoadLondonNW1 8RU
Speakers and projects on Camden local history. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
020 7692 2238
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