A list of resources such as libraries, societies and museums are given on this page. You can view all, or use the filter to show specific types of resources. If you find incorrect details or would like to be added to the list please contact us via our contact page.

Name Description Resource Type
Berkshire Record Office

The Berkshire Record Office is the archives of the Royal County of Berkshire.  We look after nearly nine hundred years of the County's history.  On this website you can discover more about our holdings and how to use us, as well as see some of the treasures from our collections.

Record Office
Boxford History Project

History Society
Bucklebury History Group

The group primarily exists to promote, research and document the history of Bucklebury from the earliest times to the 21st Century and share findings with all those who are interested.

History Society
Cold Ash Parish Heritage Group

A group dedicated to researching and publishing information on the history of Cold Ash Parish

Heritage Society
Community Council Berkshire

CCB (the Community Council for Berkshire) is an independent charity and Rural Community Council that works across Berkshire and the South East.

Not a resource
East Garston Local History Society

The East Garston Local History Society hears talks from third parties and members on topics of local history relating to the village, its inhabitants and the surroundi

History Society
East Ilsley Local History Society

The East Ilsley Local History Society has built up a varied membership base with followers as far as Lincolnshire, Aberdeen and even Australia. A detailed history of East Ilsley has been collated over a number of years and has been published into a booklet costing £2. 

History Society
Friends of Newtown Road Cemetery

The Friends were formed in late 2009 to work with Newbury Town Council to re-open the Newtown Road cemetery in Newbury to the public. This was achieved on September 12th 2011.

Heritage Society
Friends of Victoria Park

Victoria Park is a small public park near to the centre of Newbury. Originally called The Marsh, it had become Victoria Park by the 1900's. The statue of Victoria which now stands in the park was moved there from the centre of the town in 1966.

Not a resource
Goring Gap Local History Society

History Society