The Friends of  
Hinchingbrooke House    

the Hart of Hinchingbrooke



oliver cromwell

edward montagu


fourth earl

5th-7th earls

Eighth Earl

ninth earl





Hinchingbrooke House has a recorded history of eight centuries.

It is a time capsule where we can read about the changes in English life.

Current guardians of the House include Hinchingbrooke School, Cambridgeshire LEA and The Friends of Hinchingbrooke House, a registered charity.

The Friends are volunteers who look after the House's best interests and lobby for its improvement and preservation.

Current Officers
President: The Earl of Sandwich
Vice-President: John Wakelin
Chairman: Peter Downes
Secretary: Ann Gardner
Treasurer: Ian Nicholls

The Friends hold an Annual Dinner, an Annual General Meeting and occasional litter picking, weeding and maintenance mornings.

2015 Annual Dinner

To be announced

but likely to be in early February

6pm for 6.30 in the library.

Beginning with a short talk related to The House

followed by dinner in the assembly room, with readings between courses

£23 per head.

To book, please contact the treasurer .

In 2015 Hinchingbrooke School will be 450 years old!

There will be a number of events to mark the occasion including a new and fully illustrated edition of the history of the school.
If you would like to ensure a copy for yourself please make a donation ( £50 with Gift Aid is suggested) to

Peter Downes c/o Hinchingbrooke School, Brampton Road, Huntingdon PE29 3BN

The Annual subscription to The Friends of Hinchingbrooke is a mere £12, made more valuable by using Gift Aid.
Payments and more information available from:
The Treasurer, Ian Nicholls, Pepys House, 9 Glebe Road, West Perry, Huntingdon, Cambs PE28 0DG.
Cheques payable to 'Friends of Hinchingbrooke House'.

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