Beverley Nichols Weekend

Beverley Nichols Weekend

The parish of Glatton and the Fenland Trust present a weekend of festivities to celebrate and commemorate the life and works of internationally acclaimed novelist, playwright, journalist, composer and political activist, Beverley Nichols, who lived in Glatton for...
Lowest Pub Plaque Unveiled

Lowest Pub Plaque Unveiled

The status of Holmeā€™s public house the Admiral Wells as the lowest in the British Isles was set in stone in November at a special ceremony. The Fenland Trust unveiled a heritage plaque at the inn with members of Holme Parish Council and Huntingdonshire District...
Working in partnership with Ramsey Million

Working in partnership with Ramsey Million

The Fenland Trust is excited to be working in partnership with Ramsey Million. Ramsey is a rural market town situated on the edge of the fens. Approximately 9,000 people live in the town and surrounding villages. The opportunities in this location are staggering; the...
New local History Website Launched

New local History Website Launched

The Fenland Trust is excited to announce the launch of HolmeHistory.org. Hosting, design, training and ongoing support is being provided free of charge by the Fenland Trust but the real hard work has been done by Holme resident and historian Sue Knight, who has...