Welcome to the Cambridgeshire branch of the WFA. 

We meet at Great Stukeley Village Hall, Great Stukeley, Huntingdon, PE28 4AL on the first Wednesday of every month with the exception of January and August.

Doors open at 7.00pm for a prompt 7.30pm start.

Meetings are open to the general public, WFA membership is not essential.

We welcome a small voluntary donation, payable at the door to help pay towards the running of the branch. 

  

 

 

Upcoming Branch Events

Traditional members evening 2021
01 Dec

Traditional members evening 2021

Great Stukeley Village Hall, Great Stukeley, Huntingdon, PE28 4AL
01 Dec 2021 19:30

The history of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission will be the subject of a talk given by Stewart McGeogh at this months meeting. There will also be a short talk by a branch member who has been researching a WW1 solder Alfred Davis, DCM, a book raffle and there will be a  number of WW1 themed dioramas on display. So if you would like to spend an…

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"1st Division in the Hundred Days, 1918" by Dr Simon Peaple
02 Feb

"1st Division in the Hundred Days, 1918" by Dr Simon Peaple

Great Stukeley Village Hall, Great Stukeley, Huntingdon, PE28 4AL
02 Feb 2022 19:30

Dr Simon Peaple will be looking at the actions that the British 1st Division was involved in during the Hundred Days period in 1918. Simon is a retired teacher. His PhD was on the 46th (North Midland) Division in the Great War but tonight he will be talking about the 1st Division which is the subject of his book recently published by Helion. Please…

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"Recruitment and training in the Royal Flying Corps" by David Spruce
02 Mar

"Recruitment and training in the Royal Flying Corps" by David Spruce

Great Stukeley Village Hall, Great Stukeley, Huntingdon, PE28 4AL
02 Mar 2022 19:30

In this lecture David Spruce will be looking at the recruitment and training methods used when the newest arm of the British military, the Royal Flying Corps, was operational over the Western Front. David is a former CEO/CFO but now an aspiring historian with an MA from Wolverhampton University. His MA thesis was judged a Masters Prize Winner by th…

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