Welcome to the Cambridgeshire branch of the WFA. 

We meet at Great Stukeley Village Hall, Ermine Street, Great Stukeley, Huntingdon, PE28 4AQ, 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. The suggested voluntary donation is £4 per meeting. 

We are also active on social media where details of our Branch activities can be found:

Our X (Twitter) account is @CambsWFA

Our Facebook Page we can be found at 'Cambridgeshire WFA'

Upcoming Branch Events

‘The perceived failure of Gough’s 5th Army against the German Spring Offensive of 1918’ by Ian Langworthy
04 Sep

‘The perceived failure of Gough’s 5th Army against the German Spring Offensive of 1918’ by Ian Langworthy

Great Stukeley Village Hall, Ermine Street, Great Stukeley, Huntingdon, PE28 4AQ
04 Sep 2024 19:30

‘The perceived failure of Gough’s 5th Army against the German Spring Offensive of 1918’ by Ian Langworthy Ian has had a lifelong interest in history generally and military history in particular. During a 40 year career as a solicitor he organised and led, with his brother, many tours for friends and family to the battlefields of Western Europe. As…

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‘Discredit on those concerned: The German Trench Raid Near Loos, 5 January 1917 and the 'Duty of Dying' by Dr Michael LoCicero
02 Oct

‘Discredit on those concerned: The German Trench Raid Near Loos, 5 January 1917 and the 'Duty of Dying' by Dr Michael LoCicero

Great Stukeley Village Hall, Ermine Street, Great Stukeley, Huntingdon, PE28 4AQ
02 Oct 2024 19:30

‘Discredit on those concerned: The German Trench Raid Near Loos, 5 January 1917 and the 'Duty of Dying' by Dr Michael LoCicero which deals with a highly successful German trench raid at Loos in January 1917. Penetrating deep into the British position it resulted in the immediate sacking of a British battalion commander. Their success stemmed from t…

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'Utterly Immoral, Robert Keable and his scandalous novel.' by Simon Keable-Elliott
06 Nov

'Utterly Immoral, Robert Keable and his scandalous novel.' by Simon Keable-Elliott

Great Stukeley Village Hall, Ermine Street, Great Stukeley, Huntingdon, PE28 4AQ
06 Nov 2024 19:30

'Utterly Immoral, Robert Keable and his scandalous novel.' by Simon Keable-Elliott Robert Keable was a chaplain in the First World War who, after the war, wrote a novel called Simon Called Peter which shone a light on life behind the front lines during the war. The central story centred on an affair between a chaplain and a nurse. The book was sla…

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