We welcome links from other British regional museums and heritage organisations, links from East Hendred and neighbouring villages. Please note that any other links will be deleted.
Below you may find a selection of local and museum-related links as well as some links to our partners and supporters.
If you would like your organisation to be referenced here, please contact us via the form on our website.
East Hendred Links
East Hendred - Village website run by the Parish Council
Open Gardens 2018 - The gardens in the village are open on Sunday 17th June 2018
Hendreds Primary School - local school's website
St Augustine of Canterbury Church - local church's website
The 1st Cuckhamsley Scout Group - We currently have a thriving group, including beavers, cubs and scouts, all of which take part in a huge variety of activities, from rock climbing and camping, through to parades and community functions.
Springline Productions - The Springline villages of East and West Hendred, Ginge, Ardington and Lockinge were the inspiration for the name and source of talent for Oxfordshire's newest dramatic company. The group was formed in September 2007 and started rehearsals for the first production - Aladdin. The pantomine was a great success and was performed to sell-out audiences.
Scutchamer Knob (Cwichelmslaewe) - A guide to East Hendred's and Oxfordshire's mysterious sites
Lains Barn - This magnificent historic barn is beautifully located in rural Oxfordshire close to the ancient market town of Wantage and commands fine views across the Vale of the White Horse.
Wantage Community Website - wantage.com is run for the benefit of the town, its community and businesses. The income from advertising is used for the day-to-day running of the website and to support the Vale and Downland Museum.
West Hendred & Ginge Village Hall - Web Site of the West Hendred Village Hall
The Vale and Downland Museum and Visitor Centre - Local history and cultural heritage of the Vale of the White Horse
Centre for Oxfordshire Studies Library - Oxfordshire Studies gives you access to the largest collection in the country of printed, microform and audio-visual material relating to Oxfordshire.
Oxfordshire Museums Council - The Oxfordshire Museums Council is a registered charity which represents all museums in the county
Thames Valley Museums - Family friendly museums and galleries in the Thames Valley
24 Hour Museum - The National Virtual Museum
Reading Museum Service - Reading Museum Service aims to be a centre of excellence in providing opportunities for life-long learning through real objects and original documents.
The Museum of English Rural Life - The Museum of English Rural Life was founded by the University of Reading in 1951 to reflect and record the changing face of farming and the countryside. It houses designated collections of national importance that span the full range of objects, archives, photographs, film and books.
West Berkshire Museum, Newbury - The Museum extends more than 100 metres along the former wharf in the heart of Newbury; it is the longest historic building in the town.
Abingdon County Hall Museum - Unique collection of historic artefacts from Abingdon
Banbury Museum - Visit Banbury Museum where "Hands on" displays tell the stories that have made Banbury famous.
Cogges Manor Farm - Take a step back in time when you come to Cogges, a working manor farm museum.
Didcot Railway Centre - See our unique collection of Great Western Railway steam engines, coaches, wagons, buildings and small relics; and a recreation of Brunel's broad gauge railway. Join us in our rural setting based around the original 1930s engine shed.
River and Rowing Museum - a place not to be missed in Henley-on-Thames!
The Oxfordshire Museum - Situated at the heart of the historic town of Woodstock, the award-winning redevelopment of Fletcher’s House provides a home for the new county museum.
The Ashmolean - Museum of Art and Archaeology in the very heart of Oxford
Museum of the History of Science - Museum houses an unrivalled collection of historic scientific instruments in the world's oldest surviving purpose-built museum building, the Old Ashmolean on Broad Street, Oxford
Oxford University Museum of Natural History - Museum houses the University's scientific collections of zoological, entomological and geological specimens
Pitt Rivers Museum - Anthropology and World Archaeology, 'Oxford's best kept secret'
Museum of Oxford - The story of Oxford is brought to life through original artefacts, college treasures and period room settings from pre-historic times up to the 20th Century.
Pendon Museum - At Pendon we aim to recapture, in detailed and colourful miniature, scenes showing the beauty of the English countryside as it used to be in the years around 1930. Realistically modelled cottages, farms, fields and lanes recall the peaceful country ways of that period.
Wallingford Museum - where local history comes to life!
Bloxham Village Museum - local rural museum worth visiting
Tom Brown's School Museum - Standing on a corner of old sunken roads close by the churchyard in the village of Uffington this tiny and unusual museum has an interesting history. It is housed in the 380 year-old schoolroom which was featured in "Tom Brown's School Days" published in 1857.
Wycombe Museum - A great place to discover the fascinating and varied history of the district and the famous collection of Windsor chairs.
Chiltern Open Air Museum - More than 30 rescued historic buildings
Buckinghamshire County Museum & Roald Dahl Children's Gallery - The museum showcases the County's rich heritage alongside a changing programme of exhibitions in the Buckinghamshire Art Gallery and we also have the Roald Dahl Children's gallery.