Chrishall Archive Group are interested in promoting and preserving the history of Chrishall and its locality for the enjoyment of current and future generations. This is done via the website, the Archive at the Pavilion and via local events. Why do we exist? Well simply because everyone loves a good story!
CHRISHALL ARCHIVE GROUP PRESENTS The Inaugural Irene Cranwell Memorial Lecture A talk by Kevin Swann THE TRACTION ENGINES OF DRAGE AND KENT, CHRISHALL 8pm Wednesday 4th October 2017 at Chrishall Village Hall (South Hall) Tickets on the door: £3...read more
I have had such a fun morning. A little while ago I was handed a box of glass plates which had been found many, many years ago when a local house was being cleared. These were glass plate negatives of photographs and contained pictures of family groups as well as...read more
Before the Archive we have today, Chrishall Museum was housed in a large site caravan and for a while was actually mobile! This mobile museum travelled round the county visiting shows at Wimpole Hall and Radio Cambridgeshire. It was immensely difficult taking a very...read more
The weather kept dry, just about, on Sunday 25th June 2017 when the official opening of the Chrishall Pavilion community building took place. The whole building was looking very spick and span and decked out with flowers and bunting to celebrate the day. Teas and...read more
The Archive will be open for you to visit from Monday 1st May 2017 Last weekend was spent starting to move in some of the files, folders, books, CDs and tapes that make up most of the Archive collection. This will all be sorted gradually over the coming weeks and...read more
The new Chrishall Archive at the Pavilion is progressing well and should be open soon. We hear the official date for the opening of the new facilities at the pavilion is to be the first May bank holiday, Monday 1st May. More details will be available nearer the...read more
Chrishall Archive Group is a group of individuals who are interested in researching and preserving the village history. The first official meeting of CAG was Thursday 3rd November 2016. However there had been informal meetings before that to share village stories and...read more